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Statement by Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby on Secretary Hagel's Domestic Travel

Today, Secretary Hagel departed Washington for a five-day trip across the country to visit with the men and women of the Department of Defense. During his travels, he will see first-hand some of the critical training the force receives to maintain readiness across a range of challenges. 327 more words

Department Of Defense

A Wish for Snow

I wrote the following flash fiction based on the picture to the left.  I immediately thought of Band of Brothers and decided to write my story from the German point of view.  561 more words

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EBOLA MURDERS!...WHEN WILL THE UNITED NATIONS OR AFRICA CALL ON THE US TO APOLOGIZE AND ACCOUNT FOR ITS BIOLAB MISADVENTURE IN WEST AFRICA?

…Lassa section converted for Ebola Research before the epidemic…no one was told what was really going on…they were experimenting on West Africans without their consent…the story about a boy and bats from Guinea as the index case was faked!… … 2,392 more words

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U.S. soldiers sent to West Africa now in isolation being monitored for Ebola in Italy

(NaturalNews) The Defense Department assured Americans that the U.S. military personnel that President Obama ordered to West Africa to build clinics for Ebola victims would be protected — safe, even — from the deadly virus. 320 more words

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Echoes of a Distant Past (revised) by Eraldo Lucero

Eraldo Lucero’s Vietnam War memoir, Echoes of a Distant Past, first published in 2012, has recently been reprinted in a revised edition (CreateSpace, 190 pp., $35.38, paper). 10 more words

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David Eshelman was command sergeant major in 82nd and 101st Airborne

Most of David Eshelman’s 29 years in the service were spent as an airborne trooper. In 1979 he retired a command sergeant major, the highest rank an enlisted man in the U.S Army can achieve. 1,343 more words

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