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Making Azusa proud – Petty Officer 2nd Class Christopher Walters serves with USNH Yokosuka in Japan

Petty Officer 2nd Class Christopher Walters, an Azusa native and 2008 Upland High School graduate, is currently a hospital corpsman serving with U.S. Native Hospital Yokosuka (USNH Yokosuka), operating out of Yokosuka, Japan. 423 more words

Interesting News

Closing Thought--17Apr18

Back during World War 2 there was a small cadre of non-commissioned officers that were pilots…..one of my uncles on my gather’s side was one of these he flew a P38….. 261 more words

Observations

Conscientious Objector Discharge Part B

https://girightshotline.org/en/military-knowledge-base/topic/conscientious-objection-discharge

DoD Instruction 1300.06 Conscientious Objectors (12 July 2017)

Source DoD Instruction 1300.06 Conscientious Objectors (12 July 2017) (148 KB)

Comments: To view or download the complete regulation, click on the link to it in the box above these comments. 3,191 more words

VA Website

Nonprofit Profile - USO, a national service organization

Overview

In this post I’m going to profile the United Service Organizations (USO). USO is a nationwide service organization dedicated to helping military service members. You’ve probably heard about the USO in stories of Bob Hope on tour, providing entertainment and encouragement to thousands of soldiers and sailors around the world. 1,396 more words

Nonprofit Profile

April 2018 Woman's Donga – Mind Body Discipline Changed by Special Forces Training, Infinitely Positive Young Adult Lee Seunggi

Mind Body Discipline Changed by Special Forces Training, Infinitely Positive Young Adult Lee Seunggi
Editor Kim Jiyoung, Journalist | Published 2018.04.10

English: LSGfan via Woman’s Donga Magazine 1,207 more words

Lee Seung Gi

More Losses!

We’ve revised our Loss List.  We thought we were doing a good job with our 47 items until I found someone else who had 64 losses on their list.   334 more words

Grief

"There are numerous foreigners in Finland who want to be spokespersons for this country"

Ken, 53

I may sort of be in a situation that’s different from a lot of the other people you interview. I’m an older person with a European-American background who has an established life back home. 1,954 more words