Unique Convoy Reaches Marines at Remote Outposts
Regimental Combat Team 3
Story by Cpl. Daniel Flynn
HELMAND PROVINCE, Afghanistan – When Marines and Sailors are deployed in remote locations, they don’t take much for granted. The basic hygiene items that most people just pick up at the local convenience store are not always readily available for these [...]
Story and photos by Senior Airman Felicia Juenke
Father and son deployed to Bagram Airfield
BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan — Missing family members is a common feeling many Airmen have while deployed, but for two Airmen, serving with the 774th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron, that feeling is a little less prominent. This father and son duo from a [...]
Story by Gerry Gilmore
Posted: 09.25.2009 03:28
WASHINGTON - An indictment handed down yesterday in a North Carolina federal court charges three men with plotting to attack Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., with the intent to murder U.S. military personnel.
The men — two American citizens and a legal U.S. resident from Kosovo – are Daniel Patrick [...]
I’ve often said that the worst thing that could happen to our country would be for some nut to take a shot at the President. I don’t like his politics, the company he keeps and the policies he is trying to implement, but hoping he gets hurt or killed?? Never! By all accounts he’s a [...]
Soldiers of Bravo Company 2nd Battalion, 77th Field Artillery, fire a round from a 105-mm Howitzer during a fire support mission on Sept. 22, Combat Outpost Monti, Afghanistan.
Public reports regarding a search engine result poisoning campaign affecting search results for the Montgomery
County Animal Shelter. Users seeking details on rumors about the closure of a “Montgomery County Animal Shelter” may be led to click on illegitimate search results which attempt to download malicious code. The rumors are being spread via e-mail, forums, and [...]
Real moral leadership from a Western nation - Reagan would be proud.
The rest of us, of course, should be ashamed and dismayed that we currently present ourselves to the world as a contrite, once-great nation who has gladly abandoned our former role as “shining city on a hill” to instead embrace the kind of [...]
President Obama at the United Nations: Sending the Wrong Message
by Brett D. Schaefer
On September 23, President Barack Obama will give his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. Recent statements by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Susan Rice may offer several clues as to the [...]
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From The Jerusalem Post
Analysis: Why everyone is saying no to Obama
By AMIR MIZROCH
Everybody is saying no to the American president these days. And it’s not just that they’re saying no, it’s also the way they’re saying no.
The Saudis twice said no to his request for normalization gestures towards Israel (at [...]
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