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First World War Veteran Alexander Daniel Archibald

Dan’s younger brother, Robert Edmund, attested with No. 10 Halifax Siege Battery on January 18, 1918 and served at the front with 6th Brigade Canadian Field Artillery during the final days of the war. 98 more words

Nova Scotia

In honor of the day... the top five posts on TLS

What worked best in the past three and a half years? Not surprisingly, submarine sea stories were the most popular.

I am grateful to the folks who have contributed as much as I am to those that have visited. 89 more words


Aloha 'Oe Major General McGillicuddy

Aloha ‘oe to Major General Paul “Pickle” McGillicuddy, USAF, on his retirement from active duty.

Thank you, Sir, for your service to our country, and your fellow Airmen. 6 more words


Trial Database - Military Transition Support Center (EBSCOhost)

The College Library has a trial to the Military Transition Support Center, available through EBSCOhost, through February 28, 2015.

Coverage of the Military Transition Support Center spans a broad range of topics critical to military transition support including the following: 65 more words


'Six Old Men' at the Glade

By LANCE CRANMER                                               LCranmer@nationalchurchresidences.org

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio – Otto Tuttle glances around the table at his friends and speaks with a wry smile.

“If a guy starts a story at this table,” he said, “there’s six guys who finish it.” 776 more words


NYC's Veterans Deserve Better Than Fuzzy Math

Are there really only 120 chronically homeless veterans in all of New York City? That’s what NYC’s Department of Homeless Services (DHS) said at a hearing on veteran homelessness on November 10th, and Commissioner Sutton of the Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs sat with a straight face in support of that data. 294 more words

New York City