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Tea Time

I know it’s late for tea time (it’s now 7 PM in Italy and I am having my Friday beer), but I am still on time for my US friends! 27 more words

1918

Dash of Peril

Lieutenant Margaret “Margo” Peterson was working undercover to stop an abduction ring who were taking girls and abusing them while they recorded the encounter. Margo was sickened by this and wanted it to be stopped.

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Thoughts On Books

HPD promotes 30 officers, 5 civilians

Honolulu Police Chief Louis M. Kealoha announced the promotion of 30 officers and five civilians during a ceremony Wednesday at Ala Moana Beach Park’s McCoy Pavilion Auditorium. 250 more words

News

Remembering veterans as they transition to workforce

By Peter Callstrom and Ron Roberts

Monday, November 10, 2014

Luis Salvatierra finished a successful career in the Navy as a technician working with explosives. He needed to find civilian employment in San Diego and was interested in the information technology field. 837 more words

Job Search

Top Ten Reasons Soldiers Should Stay on Post

Anyone who knows me, knows that I have the highest respect for the military and in particular Soldiers.  I myself retired from the Army after having served twenty seven years and continue to work for the Department of the Army as federal civilian employee.  2,118 more words

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After the Armistice

The other side of the Armistice. Another crowd of civilians, but a silent one: these men are German civilians watching US Army occupation troops. These soldiers probably belong to the US Third Army, established on November 7, 1918, which entered in Germany, from the Luxembourg-German frontier, on December 1, 1918. 19 more words

1918

Sarah Morgan Dawson: A Unique Case Study in Southern Nationalism

Today, we are pleased to welcome back guest author Ashley Webb.

As a social historian, I love reading detailed diary entries that capture a single moment in time. 1,610 more words

Memory