Wednesday Mar 5
Chemical weapons expert visits post
A subject matter expert on chemical and biological weapons visited Fort Benning Feb. 26 to discuss the alleged 2013 chemical attacks in Syria, as well as the potential for future proliferation of such weapons.
Bernard 'Bucky' Macsherry Jr., gone but not forgotten
One year ago, we lost a devoted brother and trusted friend in Bernard Shriver Macsherry Jr., also known as Bucky, of Rehoboth Beach and Potomac, Md.
Pensacola News Journal
Homefront: For black veterans, a legacy to be improved upon
Carroll Warren's first vivid memories of racism are from his three-year stint in the Navy during World War II: "I was called everything.
US army builds fake city to shoot at during training
The US army has built a fake city designed to be used during combat training exercises.
Chisago County Press
Legion rolls out red carpet for national official
The North Branch Legion Post had a full house for a special visitor Thursday Feb 6. National American Legion Commander Dan Dellinger got a warm welcome from dozens of Legion members representing posts from Hinckley to Wayzata to Anoka.
Sunday Train: Taking That High Speed Train in Georgia
A high speed rail line between Columbus and Atlanta would cost between $1.3-$3.9 billion over the next 20 years to build, but once up and running would more than pay for its operations and maintenance, a consultant said today.