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US Navy siblings Robert Williamson, Cindy Murray reunited after 30 years apart

SAN DIEGO – After decades of wondering, 10News was there Friday for a reunion of a local Navy nurse and the brother she was separated from for decades. With a quick salute and a long hug, Cmdr. Cindy Murray and Chief Aviation Ordnanceman Robert Williamson closed the gap on more than 30 years. “It’s the [...]

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Sunday to honor Gold Star Mothers

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Sept. 25, 2013) — This Sunday, the Army and the nation will, for the 77th time, turn their attention to mothers who have lost sons or daughters while fighting America’s wars. The Congress first created “Gold Star Mother’s Day” in 1936 to honor those women whose children were taken from them [...]

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Award-winning medic ensures prisoners get good treatment

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Sept. 26, 2013) — After treating wounded, sick and injured Soldiers in Haiti, Somalia, Colombia and serving twice in Iraq, an Army medic has applied his skills to the nation’s only military maximum-security facility. Master Sgt. Gregorio Villanuevaochoa has been doing such a great job as operations non-commissioned officer at the [...]

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Military Police Corps marks 72nd anniversary

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Sept. 27, 2013) — The Soldiers whose regimental crest bears the words “assist, protect and defend,” celebrated the 72nd anniversary of the Military Police Corps at Fort Belvoir, Va., Sept. 26. Gathering at the officer’s club for a formal but low-key remembrance of fallen military police and to reaffirm their oath [...]

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2 US Army vets accused of plot to kill DEA agent

Former U.S. Army sniper instructor Joseph Manuel Hunter was escorted by Thai police Sept. 26, 2013, in Bangkok after being arrested for allegedly recruiting other former soldiers to kill an American drug agent as part of a cocaine-smuggling scheme.(Photo: Sakchai Lalit, AP) Story Highlights Ex-instructor in Thailand allegedly also recruited former German marksman DEA sources [...]

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US police obtaining military vehicles to aid hunt for criminals

Don’t mess with Texas has assumed a whole new meaning in Dallas. The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office traveled to Fort Hood this month to acquire its own bona fide military vehicle – the International MaxxPro MRAP tactical vehicle —  courtesy of a Department of Defense surplus program. According to The Dallas Observer, the sheriff’s office [...]

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Handover of US command of South Korean troops still under debate

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Former Navy SEAL: Shooting was probably an ‘inside job’

This transcript is automatically generated WEIGH THAT AND CONTINUING TO DO THAT AT THE HOUR. A FORMER NAVY SEAL, SCOTT, WELCOME AND GOOD TO BE HERE TODAY. GOOD TO BE HERE BUT UNDER SAD CIRCUMSTANCES. TELL ME WHAT YOUR THOUGHTS ARE AS YOU WATCH THIS PLAY OUT? IT IS TRAGIC ANY TIME YOU HAVE A [...]

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Boat Ed® Presents Innovations Award to Dan Shipman of the United States …

Dan Shipman (middle) accepts the Innovations Award from Cindy Kalkomey (right) and Jason Alexander (left) of Boat Ed. Boise, ID (PRWEB) September 26, 2013 Commander Dan Shipman, Recreational Boating Safety Specialist for the 13th Coast Guard District, received the Innovations Award on Sept. 17 at the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators’ conference. The [...]

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The Air Force, Navy and Marines have no plan to change ink guidelines

Tim Wimborne / Reuters A tattooed soldier from the U.S. Army’s 1st Platoon, 18th Engineer Company, Task Force Arrowhead, rests at Forward Operating Base Mizan after completing a route clearance patrol in Afghanistan’s Zabul Province in this May 24, 2012 file photo. Tattoos are arguably the most intense form of self-expression, statements permanently etched into [...]

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