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Former Director of Joint Chiefs of Staff conducts news briefing about situation in Libya DOD (Cherie Cullen)

Former Director of Joint Chiefs of Staff conducts news briefing about situation in Libya DOD (Cherie Cullen)

Army Staff Sgt. Ty M. Carter provides overwatch during a 2012 deployment to Afghanistan. On Aug. 26, Carter will become the fifth living Medal of Honor recipient for actions in Iraq or Afghanistan when he is recognized for his actions during a 2009 battle in Afghanistan's Nuristan province. U.S. Army photo

Army Staff Sgt. Ty M. Carter provides overwatch during a 2012 deployment to Afghanistan. On Aug. 26, Carter will become the fifth living Medal of Honor recipient for actions in Iraq or Afghanistan when he is recognized for his actions during a 2009 battle in Afghanistan's Nuristan province. U.S. Army photo

QUT | News | QUT researchers trying to block enzymes that make ovarian cancer chemo-resistant

QUT | News | QUT researchers trying to block enzymes that make ovarian cancer chemo-resistant

Vestas secures 105MW wind farm contracts in South Africa ... read more at http://www.power-technology.com/news/newsvestas-secures-105mw-wind-farm-contracts-in-south-africa

Vestas secures 105MW wind farm contracts in South Africa ... read more at http://www.power-technology.com/news/newsvestas-secures-105mw-wind-farm-contracts-in-south-africa

Today in WW2 history 2/22/1942 FDR personally orders MacArthur to leave the Philippines. This photo is from Hawaii in 1944. From left to right: MacArthur, Roosevelt, Nimitz, Leahy. MacArthur left for Australia via PT boats through Philippine waters to Mindanao and then by B-17 to Australia.

Today in WW2 history 2/22/1942 FDR personally orders MacArthur to leave the Philippines. This photo is from Hawaii in 1944. From left to right: MacArthur, Roosevelt, Nimitz, Leahy. MacArthur left for Australia via PT boats through Philippine waters to Mindanao and then by B-17 to Australia.

These were America’s first African-American paratroopers  by Logan Nye - Feb 23, 2016

These were America's first African-American paratroopers

“100-year-old WAC shares Army memories” via Soldiers Live: Centenarian and World War II-era U.S. Army veteran Joan De Munbrun talks about life as an early member of the Women's Army Corps.

“100-year-old WAC shares Army memories” via Soldiers Live: Centenarian and World War II-era U.S. Army veteran Joan De Munbrun talks about life as an early member of the Women's Army Corps.

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