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The last time I wore a uniform, it had a patch that said Cub Scouts. The Vietnam War was winding down, more than 50,000 U.S. troops had been killed, many more were wounded and those coming home returned to an unhappy welcome. ...
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On any given day, the Al-Shorfa.com website contains dozens of stories about events in the Middle East, on topics ranging from the death toll in the Syria civil war to Tunisian women being recruited for a “sex jihad” to efforts by the gov...
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It was a Sunday morning in Hawaii and Werner Klemm had big plans.
A decade ago, Beverly Young took a 32-ounce Budweiser bottle and poured beer on a boat named in her honor that was specially outfitted for disabled veterans.
A handful of family members, friends and invited media gathered at the gravesite of Congressman C.W. Bill Young on Wednesday as workers placed a simple, flat headstone to mark his final resting place.
TAMPA — Until recently, when golfers played the course at MacDill Air Force Base, they had to spritz on bug spray and hope mosquitos living in the stands of Brazilian pepper plants dotting the greens weren’t too hungry.
WASHINGTON — If they don’t believe their parents, maybe America’s teens will listen to the Pentagon’s top general.
WASHINGTON – Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says cutting his Pentagon staff by 20 percent will save at least $1 billion over five years.
Members of the U.S. Coast Guard in St. Petersburg today offloaded $18 million in cocaine that was seized in two separate cases.
PALMA CEIA — Red dresses and blouses were the order of the day as members of the Red Cross Angels greeted old and new friends for the annual Red Cross Angels Silver Coffee....
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