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Wyatt Cameron "Cammy" Slack, a retired Maryland National Bank executive and Korean War veteran, died July 1 of respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Blakehurst retirement community resident was 83. The son of a physician and a...
email@example.comJames "Jim" Reeder grew up on a farm near Boonsboro on Amos Reeder Road, named for his father who was a Washington County commissioner. History was important to Jim, known as James by his mother, sister and sister's family. So much so that he invested...
James T. Denton, son of Junie R. and Charlie B. Denton of Lancaster, and fellow Marines assigned to Headquarters and Service Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics, Military Police Company Alpha of Lexington, recently completed pre-deployment training at Camp...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA retired U.S. Marine Corps major and McConnellsburg resident has been named executive director of AMVETS effective Sept. 1. Stewart Hickey, 53, will spend two weeks with retiring Executive Director Jim King. His responsibilities include working with the...
DETROIT (AP) -- Members of the U.S. armed forces with known Michigan ties who died in 2011 supporting military operations in Afghanistan: -- Navy SEAL Heath M. Robinson, 34, whose hometown was listed as Detroit, was killed Aug. 6 when a Chinook...
Orlando SentinelThe begining of my own interest in photography began with my fascination of the war imagery on display between the folds of Time and Life magazines during the Viet Nam war. I am the daughter of career Marine who served two tours in Viet Nam and it was...
— Willie Manning saw things at Iwo Jima he preferred not to discuss, and things stayed that way for about 60 years. Then one day several years ago, he was convalescing at the Hampton VA Medical Center for a spinal cord injury and posted a photo...
Orlando Opinionators - Orlando SentinelIt’s a seductive recruiting slogan: The Few. The Proud. The Marines. Yet, prior to 1941, the words bespoke a damnable irony. The few who served in the Marines were white. And the Corps stood proud of it. Even after President Franklin D. Roosevelt...
TribLocal - Libertyville » NewsA Libertyville man who has served three tours overseas with the U.S. Marine Corps in three years is returning for a hero’s homecoming on Saturday. …...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelOrlando’s Global Peace Film Festival is in its eighth year. So it’s fitting that this annual showcase of films about activism and activists, working for peace, a greener planet and the like should expand to eight venues. Between Tuesday and...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffHeather Ford joins the FOX 5 Morning news team as a feature reporter, and is excited to show off all that America's finest city has to offer. Since arriving to San Diego, she's covered some of the city's largest events including Comic-Con and opening day...
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