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  1. From Delta Force to country doctor: "He is a hero"Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | USA Today

    Rob Marsh has seen the world, and he could practice medicine in many places. One reason he stays here, serving the rural Shenandoah Valley, is what some local people did for him back in 1993.

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  2. Israel, Iran and the evolving asymmetrical & conventional missile warfare part one of fourRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Jerusalem Post

    The tiny country of Israel is at the epicenter of the revolution in military air warfare. Sadly and mostly unrecognized by military professionals this tiny state is in the heart of the firestorm of Iranian asymmetrical rocket warfare.

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  3. Community leaders rally to protect Lewis-McChord workforceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Stars and Stripes

    Joint Base Lewis-McChord is bound to share in the sweeping drawdown of Army forces that is unfolding across the country, but a group of South Sound business and civic officials wants to make sure that most of the reductions happen someplace else. The local officials are readying to make their last, best pitch to the Pentagon to keep troops here.

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  4. Final goodbye: Roll call of some who died in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Denver Post

    They each turned a moment of violence into a call to action. For James Brady, that moment came when he was shot and wounded by a would-be presidential assassin.

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  5. Original Rockette Eleanor Leight, 92, teaches and choreographs danceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | HeraldNet

    Eleanor Leight , 92, of Snohomish, runs through a routine with the Mill Creek YMCA's Silver Steppers dance group on Dec. 11. Silver Steppers members Janet and Tom Kometani , peek through a door before they are announced for their dance performance Dec. 12 at a Mill Creek YMCA Christmas potluck. Eleanor Leight , 92, of Snohomish, prepares Margaret Baker and other members of the Mill Creek YMCA's Silver Steppers dance group for their upcoming show.

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  6. Utah woman among first headed to elite Army schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KSL-TV

    ... as part of the U.S. military's first steps toward allowing women to move into the elite combat unit. (AP Photo/US Army, Patrick A. Albright) The military is working under a deadline of January 2016 to open all combat jobs to women or explain why any ...

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  7. Far from Fort Campbell, Christmas comes just the sameRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WBIR-TV Knoxville

    With daytime temperatures in the 80s, in the midst of a tough mission in Liberia, 101st Airborne and other U.S. troops still found ways to celebrate Christmas Day far from home. Far from Fort Campbell, Christmas comes just the same With daytime temperatures in the 80s, in the midst of a tough mission in Liberia, 101st Airborne and other U.S. troops still found ways to celebrate Christmas Day far from home.

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  8. Fort Campbell soldiers celebrate Christmas in LiberiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WBIR-TV Knoxville

    Personnel deployed in support of Joint Forces Command - United Assistance gathered together for the Christmas Eve candlelight service held on Barclay Training Center, Monrovia, Liberia. This service was among many held across the JFC-UA area of operations to allow service members and DoD personnel the opportunity to celebrate and observe the holidays.

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  9. Iraq faces new crisis as Islamic State forces millions from their homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Stuff.co.nz

    ... said he had been injured five times by the extremists, including once when he was shot as he drove to work on a US Army base, where he was a trainer for Iraqi officers. He said he never considered applying for a visa to go to the United States and ...

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  10. Army data shows rarity of desertion prosecutionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Seattle Times

    The U.S. Army has prosecuted about 1,900 cases of desertion since 2001, despite tens of thousands of soldiers fleeing the service in the face of deadly combat, long and multiple deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan and strains on military families. The data reflects how rarely the military takes desertion cases to court.

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  11. Normalization of Us-Cuba Relations BeginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Kos

    President Obama's move to normalize relations with Cuba deserves applause. Normalization, however, will not be complete until the U.S. ends its economic embargo and returns GuantA namo Bay to Cuba.

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  12. Wanted Al-Shabab Leader Surrenders In Somalia: OfficialRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Switched

    ... had controlled the area before abruptly withdrawing from the capital a week before. The Bakara market was where two US Army helicopters were shot down and 19 American servicemen killed in 1993 during the Battle of Mogadishu, made famous in the book ...

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  13. 'Nam vet 'drives on' thanks to holiday gift from palsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Stars and Stripes

    Specifically, he found a home at AMVETS Post 49 in town. The fellowship and camaraderie he found there uncorked his personality, largely bottled up after a 31-year career in the U.S. military, including combat service in Vietnam.

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  14. December 27, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WBIW-AM Bedford

    C. Lavern Smith, 92, of Bedford, died at Noon, Thursday, December 25, 2014, at St. Vincent, Dunn, Hospital, in Bedford. Born September 10, 1922, in Martin Co., IN, he was the son of Everett and Vina Smith.

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  15. Fort Campbell MPs conduct active shooter trainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Clarksville Online

    Two Fort Campbell police cars sped with their blue lights on to a barracks complex off of Fifth Street. As the cars came to a stop, four military police exited their vehicles, and rushed for the building.

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  16. Why I Turned to Franchising to Grow My Cleaning BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Entrepreneur Magazine

    Kevin Lee believes that the ratio of teachers to students in America is way off. So, he's doing something about it.

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  17. Dennis E. LeonardRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Medina Gazette

    Dennis E. Leonard, 68, of Chatham, died Thursday, December 25, 2014 at Pleasant View Care Center, in Parma. Dennis was born June 1, 1946 in Seven Hills, to Clarence and Eliza Leonard.

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  18. Foster, Milo MyerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Newark Advocate

    Milo Myer Foster Johnstown: A funeral service for Milo Myer Foster, 86, of Johnstown, will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday at Johnstown Independent Baptist Church, with Pastor Dan Scarberry officiating. Burial will follow in Concord Cemetery, where military honors will be conducted by the Licking County Veterans Alliance.

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  19. Reporting: PanamaSUPERMARKET Honcho Favored Over Labor in Panama's ElectionsRead the original story

    Saturday | American Reporter

    About six months before the H1N1 'swine flu' virus broke out, an immigrant from Bangladesh began selling food on the streets of Mexico City. Shortly before his own death, the food vendor was visited by his brother, who became ill and returned to Bangladesh .

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  20. Ralph E. SullivanRead the original story

    Saturday | The News Journal

    He was born to Mable Sarah Jones Sullivan and Isaac William Sullivan on October 23, 1920 in Woodbury Heights, New Jersey.

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