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Veterans Reflect on Importance, Beauty of Blue Angels

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The crowd was restless for Fat Albert. It was just after 2 p.m. Wednesday and the sun was beating down on hundreds of people. Spider-man Popsicles melted in kids' hands and dogs hid under bushes for the shade. But with a sudden, thunder-like noise, the crowd perked up. Fat Albert came out of the corner of the sky and flew across the Severn... more

Planning Your Navy Move

U.S. Navy personnel preparing to execute a permanent change of station (PCS) move are encouraged to take the following actions 30 days prior to receipt of orders: (1) visit the NAVSUP GLS HHG and personal property website; (2) explore the informative tutorials available on the website; (3) register for a Defense Personal Property System account ... more

'Every day is Memorial Day'

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I went to my first military funeral in November 2003. A local newspaper wrote that Jacob Fletcher, a 28-year-old private from Long Island, N.Y., was being buried with military honors at the national cemetery in Pinelawn. U.S. troops had already died in Iraq, and I believed deeply that their sacrifice was important, that their deaths should not b... more

Julian Assange Film 'Risk' Offers an inside Look at Wikileaks

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REPORTING FROM CANNES, France -- New administrations can mean a change in fortunes for controversial figures. But a Hillary Clinton presidency will not improve the status of Julian Assange, say those aligned with the Wikileaks founder, who remains in Ecuador's London embassy pending a Swedish extradition request. In fact, they argue, it could w... more

Mystery Solved: Vietnam Vet's Ashes Returned to His Son

This Thursday, May 5, 2016 photo, provided by the Florala Police Department, shows a box and a flag sitting on a table after a south Alabama police chief says a power line crew found the abandoned small pine box with a rusted lock

Paul Derek Treaster says his Vietnam-veteran father, whose ashes were discovered beside a south Alabama road, must have been looking down from above, helping to guide him back to the remains. The ashes had posed a mystery for police in the town of Florala when they were found by a power line crew four weeks ago. But the mystery solved itself Tu... more

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