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Headlines June 19, 2013

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Veterans The ruins of Normandy: Unpublished color photos taken in northern France in 1944 show the devastating impact of the Allied Force’s battle to defeat the Nazis in World War II The battle-scared landscapes of Normandy in northwest France are sharply brought into focus in a series of never-before-published color images taken in the aftermath…

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Headlines July 22, 2013

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News Joint Chiefs chairman seeks Afghan troops deal by October America’s top general July 22 said he would like to see a security agreement with Afghanistan signed by October to give NATO enough time to prepare for a post-2014 military presence instead of a total pullout.   Business EADS to consider adopting name of plane-making…

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News Briefs August 19, 2013

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17 punished for placing sex ads while deployed The Marine Corps says 17 people have been punished for placing ads on the Internet seeking sex while they were deployed to Afghanistan. The Los Angeles Times reports Aug. 17 those punished included 11 military personnel and six civilian employees of the Department of Defense. The ads…

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News Briefs, September 20, 2013

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President Bush to host golf tournament for wounded veterans Former President George W. Bush will participate in the third Warrior Open golf tournament scheduled to be held next week in North Texas. The George W. Bush Presidential Center announced Sept. 18 that 24 wounded U.S. military members will play in the tournament in the Dallas…

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Celebrated pilot and Vietnam POW dies at 88

Posted October 25, 2013 by MSgt. Angelita Colón-Francia

Retired Brig. Gen. Robinson “Robbie” Risner, a celebrated Korean War jet fighter ace and Vietnam prisoner of war, died Oct. 22 at Bridgewater Retirement Community, Bridgewater, Va.

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Headlines November 25, 2013

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Business: Boeing invites more than a dozen sites to bid on 777 work – Boeing has invited more than a dozen U.S. locations to compete in a bidding process to determine where its new 777 long-haul passenger jet will be built, a company spokesman said. South Carolina issues bonds to lure Boeing – South Carolina will sell…

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Headlines December 30, 2013

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News: Drones to take flight at six test sites chosen by FAA – The U.S. approved drone test centers in six states, including New York, as the start of research efforts to eventually allow civilian unmanned aircraft widespread access to the nation’s airways. Afghanistan war poll shows support falling to below Iraq, Vietnam levels – More than…

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Headlines – February 3, 2014

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News: NATO chief doesn’t see Karzai signing security pact – President Hamid Karzai is unlikely to sign a pact for U.S. and NATO forces to stay in Afghanistan after 2014 and will probably leave the choice for his successor, NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Feb. 1.   Business: Air Force looking for JSTARS recapitalization – The…

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Headlines – March 14, 2014

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News: Chinese raw materials also found on U.S. B-1 bomber, F-16 jets – After discovering China-made components in the F-35 fighter jet, a Pentagon investigation has uncovered Chinese materials in other major U.S. weaponry, including Boeing’s B-1B bomber and certain Lockheed Martin F-16 fighters, the U.S. Defense Department said.  U.S., Israel sign deal to continue financing…

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Headlines April 21, 2014

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News: Former Ranger breaks silence on Pat Tillman death: I may have killed him – Almost 10 years after the friendly fire death of former NFL star turned Army Ranger Pat Tillman, a fellow ranger admits that he may have been the one who fired the fatal shot.   Business: Ship study should favor existing designs -…

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