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  • Naval Academy ’02 Class Captures Ten Years at War

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    The first Naval Academy class to graduate after the attacks of 9/11 wrote a book together. That’s often a cliché that’s written in the forward or the epilogue when the authors thank their family, friends or researchers for their help. But in this case, the Class of 2002, no kidding, wrote a book together by collecting the experiences of 32 graduates canvassing the military with experiences ranging from flying combat missions over Iraq to losi... more

  • 10 Most Stressful Jobs of 2014

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    Even though the U.S. is experiencing a recession, there are still plenty of jobs available in a variety of industries, but picking the right path might be difficult for some job seekers. If you're looking for work, consider the following list from Forbes regarding the 10 most stressful jobs in 2014. Each one has its own share of stressors, but if you've served in the military your well qualified for dealing with any of them because enlist... more

  • 10 Things to Look For in 2014 at the Movies

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    NEW YORK - Hollywood may be hoping for a little less drama in 2014. 2013 was a tale of two cinemas. Blockbusters like "The Lone Ranger" and "After Earth" flopped spectacularly while many in the industry (including Steven Spielberg) bemoaned the increasingly commercial trajectory of the studios. And yet by the end of the year, Hollywood had set a record with nearly $11 billion in revenue, while critics hailed the year's crop - from "Gravity" t... more

  • Navy Releases 2014 Budget Proposal

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    WASHINGTON  -- The Department of the Navy released April 10 its proposed $155.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2014. This budget is part of the $525 billion defense budget President Barack Obama submitted to Congress on the same day. Rear Adm. Joseph Mulloy, deputy assistant secretary of the Navy for budget, briefed media at the Department of Defense budget press conference about the Navy and Marine Corps portion of the budget, which was a $... more

  • Pentagon Unveils $527B 2014 Budget

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    The U.S. Defense Department announced a $527 billion base budget for 2014 that would limit pay raises for military personnel, cancel and delay some weapons systems, and improve missile-defense sites to counter threats from North Korea. The spending plan the White House unveiled on April 10 -- two months late -- would replace automatic, across-the-board cuts known as sequestration with an alternative deficit-reduction plan. Yet with Republican... more

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