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  • 'Broadway Idiot' Offers a Backstage Pass to Green Day Play

    'Broadway Idiot' Offers a Backstage Pass to Green Day Play
    The point of assembling Broadway Idiot, a new documentary opening on Friday, Nov. 22 at Real Art Ways in Hartford, one quickly realizes, was to get people excited about the newest touring season of American Idiot, the musical, which commenced in Portland,...
  • U.S. Army Working on Green Humvee

    By Patrick Olsen Cars.com The U.S. Army is looking for a few more miles to the gallon, and a new troop carrier that might replace the famed gas-hungry Humvee could get as much as 70% better fuel economy. Specifically, the Army is working with Ricardo...
  • A day at the beach for Panthers

    A day at the beach for Panthers
    There were times last season the struggling Panthers seem to be skating in sand, but on Wednesday morning 34 of the franchise's top prospects hit the beach running as they enjoyed nearly four hours of team-bonding and leadership exercises. Instead of...
  • The 91st ‘Wild West’ Division in World War l

     
    Photo gallery of the The U.S. Army's 91st Infantry Division was made up of soldiers from California and other Western states in World War l....
  • Fort Eustis a budget target again, but to what extent?

    Fort Eustis a budget target again, but to what extent?
    An Army planning document released last week describes a devastating impact to Fort Eustis if deep budget cuts return in 2016. But at this point, it is based more in theory than reality. Still, even a theoretical cut of nearly 4,200 personnel from an...
  • Sara Teets, Longtime Manchester Resident, WWII Vet, Dies At 89

    Sara Teets, a longtime resident and World War II veteran of the U.S. Army Air Force, died June 29. She was 89. Teets was born in Columbus, Ohio, one of eight children born to Alvin and Mary Phillips. She lived on a farm until her father and brothers...
  • U.S. Army soldier stole equipment from armory, pawned it, agents say

    U.S. Army soldier stole equipment from armory, pawned it, agents say
    In early April, an estimated $400,000 worth of military equipment was reported stolen from a U.S. Army facility in West Palm Beach. Among the missing supplies were tactical vests, gas masks, bayonets, machine gun magazines, and boxes of ready-to-eat...
  • Joseph F. Philipps led training program for plumbers, 1917-2014

     Joseph F. Philipps led training program for plumbers, 1917-2014
    When the national chapter of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union wanted to create an instructor training program in the early 1950s, it turned to Joseph F. Philipps, who 17 years earlier began his career as an apprentice with Local 597. Mr. Philipps...
  • Ft. Carson employee blames 'Columbine' threat on auto correct

    A former civilian employee at Ft. Carson near Colorado Springs, Colo., is headed to trial over allegations that he threatened to turn the Army base into "Ft. Columbine" and "Ft. Hood Part 2" in a massacre. Douglas Kunz, who has pleaded not guilty and...
  • With gift cycle, disabled vet ready to race

    For months, Ellwood "Woody" Allen, of West Oak Lane, cycled along Martin Luther King Drive in Philadelphia toward a renewed sense of independence. The Vietnam-era veteran lost a leg two years ago after a toxic infection. Riding helps him cope, but he has...
  • Islamic State rounds up ex-Baathists to eliminate potential rivals in Iraq's Mosul

    BAGHDAD/MOSUL Iraq (Reuters) - One night last week, Islamic State militants in an SUV with tinted windows pulled up at the home of a former Iraqi army officer, one of the men they see as an obstacle to their goal of establishing a caliphate from Iraq to...