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McClatchy Washington BureauWASHINGTON A former Marine Corps judge who allegedly called those accused of sexual assault "scumbags" who deserve to be "crushed" is at the center of a widening inquiry into the impartiality of his court-martial rulings. Convictions or sentences in at...
Joseph Charles Archemidi "Joe" Sanford, a World War II bombardier, was on his 31st mission when his aircraft was shot down as it flew over Austria on Aug. 3, 1944. Before he jumped out of the plane, Sanford saw the bomb bay area filling up with aviation...
We asked you to tell us about someone special who served our country, and you responded with heart-felt stories about sons, husbands, grandfathers, cousins, neighbors and friends. Here's a selection of letters on this page. Cracking brother's code...
Dewey Wayne Williams was called to Heaven on Jan. 31, 2013. He passed away in a hospital bed in Jackson, Mich. He was born Nov. 23, 1937, to Paul Williams and Loveland Fouts in Tulsa, Okla. Dewey was raised in Oklahoma where he spent his days going to...
HONOLULU -- On this Memorial Day, many families thoughts are with loved ones in uniform overseas, or at sea. The U.S. Navy has a way to bring them together, and for some it's the cruise of a lifetime! KY3 was invited to sail aboard an aircraft...
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Richard H. Hynicka, 87, formerly of 1003 Orchid Way, Mountville, died May 2, 2013. He was born on May 13, 1925. He was a resident of the Mennonite Retirement Community, a caring, loving home away from home: Thank You. He was the husband of Anne M....
Paul GreenbergAgain with Guantanamo. Whenever this president can't answer a direct question about some failure of American security, or at least can't answer it satisfactorily, he goes into his riff about the need to ... close the brig at Guantanamo. This shtick...
Eugene (Gene) Richard Coughenour died at his home in Earlysville, Va. on May 23, 2013, at the age of 88. A memorial service will held at Ivy Creek Methodist Church on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at 11 a.m., Pastor James Thornton officiating. Born in Berlin in...
email@example.comMoses Norris worked around the globe during his U.S. Army career, serving time in Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo and Iraq. Norris re-enlisted four times because he wanted to make sure his comrades got home OK from deployments overseas. He eventually retired...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJeanette Easterday of Mount Lena honored American soldiers, particularly those who have been killed, at the Mount Lena United Methodist Church Memorial Day Service, by saying they decided to “stand and fight” instead of “cut and run.&...
When the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra began presenting opera in 2009, it added a new wrinkle: The musicians would be onstage with the singers. The orchestra began mounting opera productions after Orlando Opera closed its doors. And while the now-...
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