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The President's critics persist in the myth of lax enforcement of immigration policies as the cause of the flood of refugees from the south.
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After the Marine Corps, I attended the University of Georgia and was then accepted to The Whitney Museum Independent Program in New York City.
Future leaders in the military and law enforcement were at the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation this week to start the Command & General Staff Officer Course.
Nicholas Rocco Cardinal hasn't been a boy for a while. He's 20, more than 6 feet tall and as lean and solid as the cool pines that grow in Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in northern Arizona, where he was raised.
Photos by ROBIN TRIMARCHIemail@example.comTen retired U.S. Army Rangers, left, wait to be inducted into the Ranger Hall of Fame during ceremonies conducted by the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade and the 75th Ranger Regiment Wednesday at Marshall Auditorium in McGinnis-Wickam Hall.
Retired Lt. Gen. John M. Le Moyne addresses the crowd. Le Moyne was the Fort Benning commanding general from September 1999-November 2001.
Members of the Fort Benning community came together July 11 to welcome the Maneuver Center of Excellence's new commanding general, Maj.
A flood of Central American children seeking safety in the United States has created a political and humanitarian crisis for border states and left President Barack Obama lecturing the parents not to send their children off on these long dangerous journeys as he requests $3.7 billion in emergency spending to step up border security and speed up ... (more)
While the majority of elementary schools in the county remained below the state average in math scores for grades 3-5 on the 2014 Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests, most of those schools are closing the gap in dramatic fashion.
While watching Friday's change of command, I remembered how much I enjoy listening to Army music, especially when played by Fort Benning's Maneuver Center of Excellence Band, which is, well, excellent.
While he is an Infantryman, Miller has spent much of his 31-year career in Special Operations, a group of military personnel who carry out mostly covert operations in hostile or politically sensitive areas.
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