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Was The US Army Really Stupid During WW2?

If you see any discussion about the US Army during WW2 you will quickly hear that the US Army couldn’t pour sand out of a boot with instructions on the heel.  6,433 more words


"Old Ordnance Building" Declared National Historic Site

274 Sydney Street, Saint John, New Brunswick

The “Old Ordnance Building” in the south end of Saint John, once deemed surplus and left unwanted, was just declared a National Historic Site. 141 more words

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Garcetti shifts stance, won't enforce tough new homeless measures - LA Times

The general public believes that the solution for the homeless is finding them homes. But in reality what constitutes a home? Many times people are given a roof over the head, but very little else. 156 more words

The Legacy of War, a Half-Century Later

by Dylan Hedtler-Gaudette

There are still roughly 80 million unexploded cluster munitions and other ordnance (UXO) left in the small Southeast Asian nation of Laos, representing a tragic and destructive legacy of a nine-year ‘secret war’ waged by the United States during the Vietnam War. 1,115 more words

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Dangerous WW2 bombs still litter Germany's landscape

From Channel NewsAsia, May 2, 2015

The danger of unexploded World War Two aerial bombs lurking in the soil still haunts Germany 70 years after the war ended on May 8, 1945, exploding without warning or surfacing after frost. 659 more words

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Organising scarce resources

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2 civilian workers injured after explosion in Makua Valley

Two men have been hospitalized after an explosion in Makua Valley.

The call came in at 1:41 p.m.

According to the U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii’s public affairs office, two ground maintenance contractors were injured after encountering an apparent unexploded ordnance at Makua Military Reservation. 156 more words