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Weddings generally are associated with spring and summer, champagne and cake. They usually are new beginnings and grand celebrations with family and friends, not with camouflage uniforms, mortar rounds and danger of hostile fire. However, for one Army couple, the …
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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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U.S. Army Spc. Brian Williamson, military police officer with the 221st Military Police Detachment, performs as many situps as he can in a two minutes during the physical training portion of the 3rd Annual Pfc. James Boyd Jr. Top Cop …
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Shooting at the Royal Artillery Barracks, retired Army veteran Dugie Denton faced teammate Matthew Stutzman – known as “The Armless Archer” — during the Men’s Individual Open Compound Quarterfinals match. “They’re just the same as anybody else out there,” Denton …
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U.S. Army soldiers from 50th Brigade, 1st Battalion, 114th Infantry mortar platoon, New Jersey Army National Guard, fire 81mm mortars at Fort Drum, N.Y., during training on Aug. 19. The 1-114 IN has its headquarters in Woodbury, Gloucester County, N.J. …
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