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News Archives for Oct 3, 2017

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  • Lt. j.g. Wallace Burch of Horn Lake, Mississippi (left) and Lt. Patrick Ruth of Metairie, Louisiana. (Navy Photos)
    Navy Identifies Two Pilots Killed in T-45 Crash
    The Navy identified the pilots killed in the crash as Lt. Patrick Ruth, and Lt. j.g. Wallace Burch Mississippi.
  • A tweet posted on Sunday, Oct. 1. 2017, that maps the location of a "US GOV VSL" approaching Hong Kong reads: "Reason to believe this is USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)." (SCREENSHOT FROM TWITTER)
    Twitter Users Appear to Track Navy Ships Using Newly Activated Beacons
    Enthusiasts are tweeting what they believe are U.S. ship positions after commanders ordered the vessels to activate their beacons.
  • Enmanuel Carrasco, center, smiles holding his newly issued U.S. visa as he leaves the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba, Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Desmond Boylan)
    Ties Threatened: US Orders 15 Cuban Diplomats to Leave
    The United States expelled 15 of Cuba's diplomats to protest its failure to protect Americans from unexplained attacks in Havana.
  • Paratroopers with 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division fire at insurgent forces during a firefight June 15, 2012, in Afghanistan's Ghazni Province. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Michael J. MacLeod)
    Additional 3K US Troops in Afghanistan Will Be on 'Combat Duty'
    The commitment of U.S. troops to "combat duty" marks a shift from the Obama administration's strategy.
  • Spc. Alexander W. Missildine. Army photo
    Pentagon Identifies Soldier Killed in Iraq from 10th Mountain Division
    Spc. Alexander W. Missildine, 20, died Oct. 1 as a result of injuries sustained when an IED detonated near his convoy.