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James P. Wooster, Co. K

James P. Wooster was a resident of Mansfield on January 9, 1864 when he enlisted as a Private in Co. K of the 29th (Colored) Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry; he entered Knight’s General Hospital in New Haven on February 20, 1864. 63 more words


Leeds Players Disgrace the Old 'Keep Fighting' Battle Cry   -   by Rob Atkinson

Look at the image above. It symbolises the commitment and passion of the great Leeds United sides of the past. Warriors all, if you cut one of them, they all bled – and as one they hunted down the offender and served up retribution. 557 more words


General Officer Assignments

The chief of staff, Army announced today the following assignments:

Maj. Gen. Joseph A. Brendler, director of plans and policy, J-5, U.S. Cyber Command, … 174 more words

Department Of Defense

1865 April 8: "Death to all foragers" and Other News from the Rebels

The following summary of the week’s war-related news comes from the April 8, 1865, issue of The Prescott Journal.

 News Items.

A New Orleans letter of the 27th… 1,660 more words

Prescott Journal

Nailed to the page

Goodbye was the word that jumped out from the scrawl.

Some of the phrases were lost forever, rinsed away by the rain or crushed to muddy pulp by my footprint. 187 more words

Flash Fiction

Bowe Bergdahl investigation turns up research into Russian organized crime

An investigation by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service seems to confirm what many have suspected — that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl deliberately left his post in search of a position with Russian organized crime. 272 more words

US Politics