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Military spouses in Vilseck, Germany, got the chance to see what it’s like to walk a mile in their partner’s combat boots, literally. The spouses donned their Soldier’s uniform, and took part in a one-day exercise to get first hand …
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Training to become an Olympian is a full time job for most and even then, the odds of being an Olympian are slim. Imagine having to juggle training for the Olympics and being an active duty service member. On Monday, …
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It was early September 1814 and the British, having just burned Washington, D.C., were turning their attention to Baltimore. If the British took the city, the third largest in the nation at the time and a major port, it would …
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Tactical Explosive Detector (TED) dog handlers with the 82nd Airborne train in southern Afghanistan. PFC Hammon discusses the differences between TED dogs and traditional military working dogs.

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Marines from Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, test the Expeditionary Fire Support System M327 120mm mortar at Pohakuloa Training Area Aug. 23. The battery was selected to train on the new mortar system for the Marine Corps.

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