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Joe Cigich was shot at only once in WWII

Only once during the whole time Joe Cigich fought his way through Europe with Gen. Omar Bradley’s 9th Army during World War II was he shot at by the enemy. 729 more words

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War as a Human Endeavor: How do we train for that?

“War is a human endeavor—a fundamentally human clash of wills often fought among populations. It is not a mechanical process that can be controlled precisely, or even mostly, by machines, statistics, or laws that cover operations in carefully controlled and predictable environments. 1,679 more words

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Trojans' Oliver Martin headlines Iowa City-area state swimming field

It goes without saying that Oliver Martin’s recent schedule has been quite hectic. Being one of the most sought after football recruits in the country tends to do that to your planner. 1,000 more words

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Army Refuses to Pay Damages from Runaway Blimp

MONTOUR COUNTY — The Army says it will not pay for damages after an experimental blimp broke free, causing more than $1 million in damages… 343 more words

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T.D. Moultry being tagged as Auburn’s replacement for Carl Lawson

AUBURN – In both a literal and figurative sense of looking at the situation, Auburn signee Tadarian Moultry has been given the monumental task or replacing Carl Lawson. 655 more words

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Army To Allow Completion Of Dakota Access Pipeline

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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Army told Congress on Tuesday that it will allow the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline to cross under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota, completing the disputed four-state project. 417 more words

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