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  1. 'Fury' director David Ayer's rugged style a hit on setRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star Online

    Dream come true: David Ayer has fantasised about making a World War II tank movie for years and accumulated a trove of books and memorabilia on the subject. - EPA On a cold, rainy morning in Oxfordshire, England, in November 2013, director David Ayer was dealing with a temperamental star.

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  2. Jet on Navy training mission crashes, kills pilotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WAVY-TV Portsmouth

    A jet on a military training exercise crashed into an agricultural field near a Southern California Navy base Wednesday, killing the pilot, authorities said. The plane disintegrated when it hit the ground at about 5:15 p.m. as it was preparing to land at Naval Station Ventura County.

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  3. Nations Share Mine Countermeasures Expertise in KoreaRead the original story

    Yesterday | PressReleasePoint

    SEOUL, Republic of Korea -- Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea hosted military representatives from the Republic of Korea and members of the United Nations Command member states for a series of talks on maritime mine countermeasures Oct. 27-30. The staff talks brought together a dynamic group of mine-warfare experts from nine UNC member state nations, along with experts from the U.S and Republic of Korea navies.

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  4. 'Submarine Sports Car' reaches 75mph underwaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Up to eight feared dead as plane hits Kansas airport: Smoke pours from office that housed safety officials after it was hit by aircraft Quarantined Ebola nurse takes cops for a ride: She defies orders to stay at home and goes for a cycle as police follow in car The world's most pointless Ebola precaution? North Korea says it will quarantine ALL foreign travellers for 21 days over fears of outbreak China is at serious risk from Ebola outbreak, says scientist who discovered the disease, because of their poor hospital standards Introducing the 'Ebola handshake': U.S ambassador to UN demonstrates safest way to greet people in countries at centre of outbreak Trust me, it's safe! Obama tries to calm Ebola quarantine fears with handshakes for health care workers still in 21-day at-risk period after Africa visit EXCLUSIVE: Kremlin brands American couple who want to void adoption of 'mentally ... (more)

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  5. The Japanese Navy's Crazy Plan to Bomb TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Neatorama

    Other than a handful of submarine-mounted artillery bombings, a brief air raid by a single submarine-launched seaplane, and a few balloon-floated bombs, Japan was unable to directly attack the 48 contiguous United States during World War II. The Japanese did, however, have larger ambitions against the US heartland.

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  6. Pentagon officials: No hope for budget soon; tech development vitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Army Times

    The Pentagon's chief financial officer admitted on Wednesday that he is 'not super optimistic' about Congress reaching a budget deal once the current continuing resolution temporarily funding the federal government expires on Dec. 11. 'What I do worry about is that we're looking at a 'new normal' where people think [a budget being approved] three months late isn't a problem anymore' said Comptroller Mike McCord during an afternoon speech at the TechAmerica defense industry conference in suburban Washington. Even getting a budget done this year 'doesn't seem that likely' since Congress will be locked in a lame duck session after the midterm elections in November.

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  7. Russia successfully test-fires new Navy Bulava ICBMRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Army Times

    The Russian Navy has successfully test-fired a new intercontinental ballistic missile, proving its reliability after a long and troublesome development. The Defense Ministry said that the Yuri Dolgoruky nuclear submarine test-fired a Bulava missile from an underwater position in the Barents Sea Wednesday.

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  8. NAVSEA: Investigation Into Third Party Virginia Submarine Components OngoingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | U.S. Naval Institute

    The investigation into suspected third party components used in the U.S. Navy's Virginia-class attack submarine program is still ongoing, Naval Sea Systems Command officials told USNI News on Wednesday. "The investigation is still ongoing so the name of the vendor is still being withheld and the shipbuilders [General Dynamics Electric Boat and Huntington Ingalls industries ] in conjunction with the Navy are heading that investigation," read the statement provided to USNI News.

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  9. Improved Russian Nuclear Attack Submarine Kazan to Deliver in 2016Read the original story

    Wednesday | U.S. Naval Institute

    The Russian Navy is set to take delivery of an improved Project 885M Yasen-class attack submarine in 2016 according to Russian state media. The new vessel, named after the city of Kazan, incorporates many improvements to the lead Project 855 boat, K-329 Severodvinsk , which was commissioned earlier in 2014 .

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  10. George H.W. Bush Strike Group Leaves 5th Fleet, Returns Home in NovemberRead the original story

    Wednesday | U.S. Naval Institute

    The George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group has left U.S. 5th Fleet headed home after seven months of supporting air operations in the Middle East, the service announced on Tuesday. In addition to legacy strike group mission of supporting the air mission over Afghanistan, fighters from Carrier Air Wing 8 also supported the U.S. led collation forces attacking the forces of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria since airstrikes began over Iraq in August and Syria in September.

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  11. Four candidates seeking election for two Lanesboro City Council seatsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Republican-Leader

    Tuesday is Election Day and all over the country, American citizens will be heading to the polls to cast their votes for officials to represent them in all levels of government, from federal down to local. In Lanesboro, the two terms open on the city council are currently held by Ceil Allen and Keith Eide.

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  12. Glance at the PastRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2012 | Advocate-News

    The regular session of the city trustees was called to order by Mayor Mulson Monday evening in the city hall. All members were present.

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  13. Vietnam, WWII veterans inducted into Alabama Military Hall of HonorRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Alabama Live

    The Hall of Honor, located on the campus of Marion Military Institute, honored retired Army Col. Burnie Quick of Columbus, Ga.

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  14. Mobile Veterans' Van at URock TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Republican Journal

    On Thursday, October 30, from 10AM to 1:30PM, the Veterans' Affairs Mobile Information Van will be parked at University College at Rockland on Rte 1 at the Breakwater Building. This van travels around the state to assist veterans "get the information and the services they deserve".

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  15. Obituary: Robert Walter Carter, MachinistRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Patch.com

    ... During High School he worked as a caddy and groundskeeper at the North Andover Country Club. He served in the US Navy during the Second World War aboard the Patrol Craft 1183 as a Motor Machinist's Mate First Class. He then served in the US Naval ...

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  16. Tsunami Disaster: Relief EffortRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CFR.org

    Governments and private organizations around the world have pledged nearly $4 billion in disaster relief. The deadly tidal waves, set off by a December 26 undersea earthquake measuring 9.0 on the Richter scale, wreaked havoc on coastal communities from Southeast Asia to Africa.

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  17. Hong Kong's loud American defies pro-Beijing "smear campaign"Read the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    China has often accused "foreign forces" of trying to destabilise free-wheeling Hong Kong during the current pro-democracy protests, with a garrulous expat American emerging as a key target of attack. Mark Simon, the right-hand man of pro-democracy newspaper magnate Jimmy Lai, has moved his family out of Hong Kong for safety and has been pressed to deny that he is a U.S. spy.

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  18. High-speed ship to launch submarine drones, U.S. commandosRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    The USNS Choctaw County will be used to launch Special Operations troops and submarine drones as part of Bold Alligator 2014, a military exercise off the coast of North Carolina and Virginia in which the Navy and Marine Corps will examine future ways in which troops could be used in times of crisis. The Navy and Marine Corps will launch exercise Bold Alligator 2014 on Saturday, focusing not only on conventional amphibious operations, but cutting-edge concepts including the use of a drone submarine and the deployment of Special Operations troops from one of the Pentagon's newest kinds of ships.

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  19. Judge: Suit can proceed over alleged radiation exposureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stars and Stripes

    A U.S. federal judge has ruled that a class-action lawsuit filed by about 200 Navy sailors and Marines can proceed against Japanese utility TEPCO and other defendants who they blame for a variety of ailments from radiation exposure following a nuclear reactor meltdown 3A1 2 years ago. In a decision released Tuesday, Southern District of California Judge Janis Sammartino ruled that the suit can be amended to add the builders of the Fukushima-Daichi Nuclear Power Plant reactors - General Electric, EBASCO, Toshiba and Hitachi - as defendants.

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  20. Almanac for Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UPI

    The moon is waning. The morning stars are Jupiter and Mercury. The evening stars are Mars, Neptune, Saturn Uranus and Venus.

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