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LANCASTER — The Wall that Heals, a traveling exhibit and museum honoring men and women who died while serving with the U.S. armed forces in the Vietnam War, will be in Lancaster later this month. The exhibit is part of a free event honoring...
It is clear that the Obama administration and the U.S. military have a monumental problem in Afghanistan. The recent murder spree, by Army Sgt. Robert Bales, of innocent civilians compounds the problem. Let me say this up front: I have the highest...
Tags: Afghanistan, Robert Bales, Murder
firstname.lastname@example.orgU.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie of Bowling Green knows he has a lot of new ground to cover in a relatively short period of time, and he’s already heard the concerns some people have about the distance between his home and theirs. “I’m going...
For all of the recent talk about downsizing the Department of Defense (DoD), deciding how large and well equipped the U.S. armed forces is not a function of whim or fancy but a methodical process actually prescribed by law, or at least it's supposed to...
A Winchester resident assumed command of a combat company stationed in Afghanistan last week. Capt. Christopher Blackburn assumed command of the 530th Engineer Clearance Company during a Change of Command ceremony at FOB (Forward Operating Base) Walton...
When Edward Handziak met Maxine Hamon in 1943, he fell for her right away. Literally. The two were at a roller skating rink in Stillwater, Okla., when Edward skated by Maxine. That also happened to be the time he lost his balance and took a spill....
This editorial almost didn’t get written, that is until Monday’s U.S. Senate debate over text inserted in the 2012 Defense Authorization Act by Senator John McCain (R-Ariz) giving the Executive Branch unasked for authority to use military...
If you don’t make time to watch Jon Stewart’s Daily Show you should. If you don’t have cable or satellite that delivers Comedy Central, watch him on your laptop, IPad or smartphone and get, hands down, the best news analysis available...
Centre College Communications FellowEditor’s note: Advocate-Messenger Features Editor Jennifer Brummett contributed to this story. As the 10th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks draws near, Americans prepare to memorialize the tragedy and remember the victims. Centre...
email@example.comThis weekend in Richmond, Congressman Ben Chandler presented Sgt. First Class Timothy McClish of Jessamine County with a Bronze Star for his service during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. “To get a medal or token from the U.S. military,...
As of this morning, Fort Campbell had lost 32 assigned soldiers in 2011, all serving in Afghanistan. One was 27-year-old Sgt. Jeremy R. Summers of Mount Olivet, who died July 14 — the first casualty from Kentucky since Staff Sgt. Alan L. Snyder,...
Tags: Afghanistan, Kentucky, Health, Pakistan, Injuries and Wounds
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