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  1. Remembering Frank Reich: 'a great coach, teacher and mentor'Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    Reich was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of Korea, a 1950 graduate of Steelton High School and a 1956 graduate of Penn State University where he played football. He was named co-captain in 1955 and played in the East-West Shrine game in 1956.


  2. Forest Service eyes development of improved fire shelterRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | KIVI

    The U.S. Forest Service says it's picking up the pace on developing a new fire shelter following the deaths of 19 firefighters in Arizona where officials say flames and heat went beyond the current shelter's protective capabilities. National Director of Fire and Aviation Management Tom Harbour says that's one aspect of a plan to help firefighters who are facing increasingly ferocious wildfires complicated by home building in wildland areas.


  3. Cross pulled down, put back upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Victorville Daily Press

    On Thursday, several local residents called the Daily Press to report that the cross on the rocky hill that faces Victorville had been pulled down and then put back up. Eric Stanton, who said he drives the D Street and Highway 18 loop almost every day, said he first noticed the large white cross laying a few feet from its rocky perch on Wednesday.


  4. Army tells soldiers to get security systems and not meet up with...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    ... they talk about their service and use solid-core doors, heavy locks and home window security systems. The US Marine Corps said it was visiting all affected staff, and urged caution online in the aftermath of the leak. 'It is recommended Marines and ...


  5. Town endeavors to name bridge after WWII veteranRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Jacksonville Daily News

    Angelo DePaola, 94, has been nominated by the Town of Topsail Beach to have the high rise bridge in Surf City named after him.


  6. Battle Color Detachment ends tour at Camp LejeuneRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Jacksonville Daily News

    The United States Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment, which consists of the Marine Drum and Bugle Corps, the Silent Drill Platoon and the official Color Guard of the Marine Corps, performed the Battle Color Ceremony at Liversedge Field Tuesday.


  7. 5 simple internet safety tips from one of Google's information security engineersRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    Before Google hired him as its very first, full-time security engineer for its Chrome browser back in 2009, he'd already had experience working for IBM, the NSA, and the US Marine Corps. As one of Google's tech lead managers for Chrome, he's now responsible for making sure the browser stays secure from attackers through infrastructural preventative measures.


  8. How to Fix America -- in 1,000 Words or LessRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    He worries about the state of the military , and worries about the national debt -- now topping $18.1 trillion. Generally speaking, he worries that unless we raise more revenue, and spend less money -- including on the military -- we'll soon go broke.


  9. Book details life of Kentuckian immortalized in famous Iwo Jima photoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lexington Herald-Leader

    Nicholasville author Donald R. Curtis never met Franklin Sousley, but he says he feels a strong kinship for the Iwo Jima flag raiser after writing a book about him. "I went to bed with him and got up with him for about four years researching the book," Curtis said.


  10. William Tasker, 83, RittmanRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    William R. "Bill" Tasker, 83, of Rittman, died Friday, March 27, at Hospice of Medina County after a period of declining health. He was born Dec. 8, 1931 in Cuyahoga Falls to the late Robert M. and Hattie A. Tasker and lived most of his life in Rittman.


  11. Captain Dale Dye USMC: American HeroRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Dale Dye is a veteran of the Vietnam war, accomplished actor, author, and entrepreneur , but most of the filmmaking world knows him as Hollywood's drill sergeant . After serving in Vietnam as an infantryman and a combat correspondent, Dye served for a number of years before he retired from the Marine Corps and moved to Los Angeles with the idea of bringing more realism to Hollywood films.


  12. Nearing retirement, state's first female judge looks backRead the original story

    Yesterday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Ellen Bree Burns, a Senior United States federal judge at Federal Courthouse in New Haven, poses for a portrait in her courtroom in New Haven, Conn., on Thursday Mar. 19, 2015. After almost 40 years on the bench, Burns will be retiring at 91 years old.


  13. Future US Navy: robotic sub-hunters, deepsea podsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Mail

    ... to the cost of a modern submarine, but offers a potentially effective way to track an enemy's sub. This US Marine Corps handout photo shows an Unmanned Aircraft System Raven drone laying on the ground shortly before being launched into the air to ...


  14. Girl Scout gave sweet surprise to veterans, servicemembersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Stars and Stripes

    The tables, decorated with stuffed bears in military uniforms, balloons in patriotic colors and a big sign saying "Thank you for your service," were set in the lobby of the Wabash Valley Veterans Services, which is a community agency of United Cerebral Palsy of the Wabash Valley at 1400 Hulman St. Giving away the free Girl Scout cookies was the serviceman's daughter's way of giving back to veterans. Her father, an Army man who has previously been deployed to Iraq, was very much an inspiration, such that the first words that came to Shelby's mind when asked why she decided to do the cookie giveaway were, "I love my dad."


  15. Marine women face combat testRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Sgt. Kelly Brown, a member of the Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force that is being assessed to determine if women will serve in ground combat units. - Howard Lipin / U-T San Diego Sgt.


  16. Fees, reduction in hours and services among MCCS changesRead the original story

    Saturday | Jacksonville Daily News

    Fees and reduction in hours and services are among changes that have impacted a division with Marine Corps Community Services Camp Lejeune and New River after severe budget cuts last year.


  17. Hall County Fire Services Awards Ceremony recognizes emergency officialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Times

    BJ Williams recognizes award winners for emergency medical techicians, paramedics and firefighters during the Hall County Fire Services Awards Ceremony at the First Baptist Church on Friday. The men and women that serve Hall County were honored Friday night during the inaugural Hall County Fire Services Awards Ceremony, held at the First Baptist Church of Gainesville's banquet hall.


  18. What Bergdahl Case OffersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Institute for Public Accuracy

    MATTHEW HOH, mphoh1 at Hoh, a State Department whistleblower, wrote the piece " Stop Persecuting Bowe Bergdahl " for Politico . He said today: "With more than 4 out of 5 Americans against the war in Afghanistan, and a majority of Americans saying the war was a mistake , Sergeant Bergdahl's concerns about the war resonate with many Americans.


  19. "The Wall", "The Shield", "The Team" -The Latest Batch of Commercials Take a Queue from the USMCRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Blackfive

    While I appreciate that the Marines stopped using lava monsters in their commercials long ago, they always tend to have the best ones. Here's the latest USMC commercial...and, as usual, no mention of benefits, jobs, or college, only being a part of something greater than yourself..."The Wall": And the Navy, after foundering on a Global Force for Good campaign, has also followed suit with "To get to you, they have to go through us...".


  20. Marines honored in Vallejo aboard ship recognizing their serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chico Enterprise-Record

    It was a bittersweet victory - the recruits were segregated from their white counterparts. A year after the issuance of the executive order, African-American Marine Corps recruits were sent to Montford Point - a facility at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, which trained over 20,000 men from 1942 to 1949.