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Fort Bragg Soldier’s daughter sexually assaulted, assailant on the loose.


A preliminary investigation revealed that the victim was traveling on the boulevard from Fayetteville toward Spring Lake when she was stopped by what she described as a four-door, unmarked police car, tan or gold in color, with a blue light on the dash. The suspect approached the victim and asked ...

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Army’s top drill sergeants compete at Fort Jackson

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FORT JACKSON Staff Sgt. Eric Hulien’s work on Wednesday began at 3 a.m., when he completed PT (calisthenics) and a brisk 5-mile run. Then came 15 stations where the Monmouth, Ill., native was graded on such things as reciting long sections of the Army training manual, inspecting a recruit’s uniform, ...

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Wife convicted in Army NCO’s killing


The wife of an Army NCO has been convicted of killing him inside their home in Laurel. An Army wife has been charged with killing her husband after his body was found inside their Laurel home Friday morning. A judge on Wednesday found Marquita Sutton guilty of second-degree murder for ...

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Why is the Army dumping its Operational Leadership Experiences project?


The United States Army established the Operational Leadership Experiences (OLE) project in 2005 in order to capture the hard-won insights of the folks involved in the various aspects of the Global War on Terror, primarily the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, but also operational experience elsewhere such as in the ...

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Pentagon watchdog investigating why the Army didn’t award Medal of Honor to Green Beret


The Pentagon’s top watchdog has launched an investigation into the case of a Green Beret war hero who was recommended for the nation’s highest valor award — the Medal of Honor — by senior military officers in Afghanistan, but instead received a decoration two levels lower. Deputy Defense Secretary Robert ...

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Carpet cleaner scurbs Veterans’ graves in spare time.


Andrew Lumish cleans carpets six days a week. On his only day off, he uses his cleaning skills to scrub and restore grave stones of veterans and their families at cemeteries around the Bay Area…. anonymously until now. Self-employed, Andrew Lumish of gets only one day off  each week. That ...

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