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    Freedom's on me - HONORING THE FALLEN

    Poto Leifi honors the fallen by making artwork for families featuring servicemembers killed in OEF and OIF. Find out more about the cost of war at our Honor the Fallen site. http://www.militarycity.com/valor/honor.html
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    Improved Outer Tactical Vest

    Reacting to complaints from the battlefield, Army equipment officials last summer set out to redesign the current Interceptor vest to create one easier to maneuver in while carrying heavy combat loads.
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    BUILDING A MILITARY BASE IN IRAQ

    BESMAYA, Iraq - When the first elements of the 557th Expeditionary Red Horse Squadron arrived Feb. 17 at this dusty outpost 25 miles east of Baghdad, they faced a daunting mission: Transform a harsh and featureless plain, littered with bombed-out building
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    DRMO in Iraq-Military Scrap Yard In Iraq

    U.S. Army Maj. Chad Weddell describes Camp Al Asad's Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO) junkyard, December 7, 2006, in Iraq. The yard houses all scrap metal and battle damaged and wrecked vehicles for western Iraq. (Video by M. Scott Mahas
    Submitted by Anonymous | over 6 years ago
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    Stabbed in the brain

    The fight to keep a soldier alive. Even with a knife in his brain, medical personnel were determined to save Army Sgt. Dan Powers.
    Submitted by Anonymous | over 6 years ago
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    'Mighty O' reels 'em in

    The Oriskany is living up to its hype. The decommissioned aircraft carrier, promised as a worldwide dive destination when it was sunk May 17, 2006, is pumping millions of dollars into the economy around Pensacola, Fla., and creating dozens of jobs. Dive s
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    C-17 assault runway-Our Military Has The Best Toys

    The first Air National Guard assault runway opened at Camp Shelby, Miss., on Monday. The new training facility is designed for proficiency training for the 172nd Mississippi Air National Guard in short landing/takeoff missions either in deployed combat op
    Submitted by Anonymous | over 6 years ago
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    Blue to Brown: Riverine Squadron 1

    Riverine/PBR Training
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    Blue to Brown: Riverine Squadron 1

    Riverine/PBR Training
    Submitted by Anonymous | over 6 years ago
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    Riverine training

    Blue to Brown: Riverine Squadron 1 training at Fort Pickett, VA
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    Last launch of the F-14

    The July 28, 2007, weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the last launch of an F-14 fighter from a carrier.
    Submitted by Anonymous | over 6 years ago
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    USAF SURVIVAL TRAINING MINI-DOCUMENATRY

    The motto of the Air Force Survival School is "return with honor," but the students here seem more concerned about returning with all their fingers and toes. It's cold out. Real cold.
    Submitted by Anonymous | over 6 years ago
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