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Edmund Clark's 'Mountains of Majeed'

The 27th of February saw the opening of an exciting exhibition at Flowers Gallery (Hoxton, London) – Edmund Clark and ‘The Mountains of Majeed’.

Clark’s photography occupies the top floor of the gallery, whilst on the ground floor, the expressive paintings of Peter Schmersal (modern re-workings of old masterpieces) complement the striking images upstairs. 574 more words

Contemporary Art

Inside Afghanistan's Bagram Airfield

Last December, the United States and its allies ended their official combat operations in Afghanistan, closed the infamous detention facility at Bagram Airfield, and left behind only a small force to conduct security training. 600 more words

Distinguished Flying Cross with Valor: A-10C pilot recognized for heroism in combat

MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. — For one Moody Airman, what seemed to be a standard patrol mission from Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan Oct. 28, 2008, concluded with him receiving a Distinguished Flying Cross with Valor here Jan. 1,503 more words

Military Aviation

455 EMXS: Making airpower possible in Afghanistan

BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan Since the Air Force’s inception nearly 70 years ago, the image of aircraft overhead and the roar of jet engines may have fostered feelings of patriotism and instilled an indelible sense of security in many Americans. 956 more words

Military Aviation

Readout of Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work's Visit to Afghanistan

Deputy Secretary of Defense Spokesperson Lt. Cmdr. Courtney Hillson provided the following readout:

Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work traveled to Afghanistan Nov. 27-28 to visit U.S. 160 more words

Department Of Defense

Zen Gardner: The Flagrantly Fabricated Ferguson Phenomenon

by Zen Gardner
Aug 24, 2014
Thanks to R. 

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I’ve avoided getting into this because it’s so goddamn obvious, but I’ve had some requests regarding how I see this “news”. 847 more words