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US Army may station tanks in Eastern Europe: general

Washington (AFP) – The US Army plans to deploy about 150 tanks and armored vehicles to NATO countries next year and some of the heavy armor may be stationed in Eastern Europe, a top American general said Tuesday. The move is part of a US effort dubbed “Operation Atlantic Resolve” in the Baltic states and [...]

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U.S> Army Chorus coming to Highland Presbyterian Wednesday

U.S. Army Chorus Posted: Friday, November 28, 2014 8:00 am U.S Army Chorus coming to Highland Presbyterian Wednesday By JANE HOLAHAN | Entertainment Editor TownNews.com Normally. the U.S. Army Chorus  is performing at the White House, or the United States  Capitol or Carnegie Hall or Lincoln Center, but on Wednesday at 7 p.m., the chorus [...]

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Oregon fishing families: Coast Guard move will be deadly

A nonprofit representing the interests of Oregon fishing families is suing to stop the U.S. Coast Guard from decommissioning the Newport Air Station, saying lack of a helicopter rescue team at the Central Coast will endanger lives. 15 photos Wendy Culverwell Staff Reporter- Portland Business Journal Email  |  Twitter  |  Google+ The U.S. Coast Guard’s [...]

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Coast Guard rescues injured boater off N.C. coast

 Find News Near Me Raleigh, N.C. — A North Carolina-based U.S. Coast Guard crew Thursday morning rescued a 62-year-old man injured on his sailboat overnight far off the coast of Kill Devil Hills. The man, who has not yet been identified, sent a distress call from his sailboat Austina at about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday after [...]

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US Coast Guard to fly 193 wayward turtles from Boston to Florida

BOSTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Coast Guard said on Monday it would transport 193 endangered sea turtles by plane from Massachusetts to Florida after they got trapped in frigid waters off Cape Cod. The rare Kemp’s Ridley turtles are being treated for shock at a New England Aquarium animal care center in Quincy, 9 miles [...]

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US Marines Land on Nicaraguan Soil

On the 27th November 1909 400 US Marines landed on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. The event would prove to be hugely significant in the long term history of Nicaragua, and marked the end of isolationism in American foreign policy. Officially the US Marines were responding to the capture and execution of two American citizens [...]

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Fallujah anniversary: Tracking down the US Marine ‘Death Dealers’

Fallujah. The word alone conjures up grim images of Iraq’s most intense urban combat, of insurgent snipers and dark narrow streets riddled with explosives, of militants lying in wait for days to kill Americans with assault rifles and grenades. Fallujah still haunts those who fought – jumping roof to roof and blasting through windows and [...]

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US Marines, Spanish soldiers train helicopter heavy lift capabilities

25 Nov 2014 U.S. Marines, Spanish soldiers train helicopter heavy lift capabilities By 1st Lt. Gerard Farao, Marine Forces Europe and Africa MORÓN AIR BASE, Spain — U.S. Marines assigned to Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response – Africa trained with Spanish soldiers from Transport Helicopter Battalion 5 in externally sling loading heavy [...]

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Did Korea encourage sex work at US bases?

27 November 2014 Last updated at 19:18 ET By Stephen Evans BBC News, Seoul More than 120 former prostitutes who worked near a US military base in South Korea are going to court to seek compensation from the Korean government. They say the authorities actively facilitated their work – and that the system has left [...]

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Sierra Leone seeks US military help to fight Ebola

DAKAR (Reuters) – Sierra Leone appealed to the United States on Wednesday to send military aid to help it battle Ebola as it falls behind its West African neighbors Guinea and Liberia in the fight against the virus. The worst recorded Ebola outbreak has killed at least 5,689 people, the World Health Organization said on [...]

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