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Honoring Memorial Day

“Silhouetted in the golden glory of a Pacific sunrise, crosses mark the graves of American boys who gave their lives to win a small atoll on the road to the Philippines. 119 more words


Discovery Of World War II Soldier's Plane Brings Closure

By JOHN ROGERS , Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tom Kelly grew up on a Northern California farm and once thought of becoming a cowboy before World War II got in the way. 610 more words


SP-3 Marvin Kelly of North Port fired Atomic Cannon in Europe during 1950s

Specialist-3rd Class Marvin Kelly of North Port was listed as assistant gunner on a 280 millimeter atomic cannon. It was the biggest and baddest artillery piece the U.S. 681 more words

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Colorado, Texas, Washington Getting New Army Adviser Units

DENVER (AP)– The U.S. Army is creating new units in Colorado, Texas and Washington to advise and assist other countries’ military forces.

The Army said Friday the three security force assistance brigades will be at Fort Carson, Colorado; Fort Hood, Texas; and Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington. 104 more words


The U.S. Army Is Planning New, More Complex Battlefield Robots

From the spears hurled by Romans to the missiles launched by fighter pilots, the weapons humans use to kill each other have always been subject to improvement. 1,248 more words


Bill Hartstein of Alameda Isles made electronics his life’s work thanks to Army

Just by chance Bill Hartstein of Alameda Isles mobile home park in Englewood joined the U.S. Army’s Security Service at the close of the Korean War In the 1953 and nailed down a career in electronics for life. 790 more words

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Graduation Season

For the College, May is a month to showcase and celebrate our students’ success. Students, faculty, staff, administrators and the Governing Board have worked hard in 2017-2018, and the result of their efforts during the academic year deserves recognition. 242 more words