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Bob DiMichele's left leg has been paralyzed since he was 2 years old. But he says it hasn't held him back from a three-decade career as a civilian in the Defense Department. The public affairs officer for the Army's Communications-Electronics Command,...
Mitt Romney may have won the first presidential debate, but what stuck in many people's minds was his threat to fire Big Bird. Apparently, Mr. Romney thinks America's debt problem can be fixed by picking up pennies along Sesame Street. Pressed to explain...
If there's a downside to the joy of operating a 55,000-bulb holiday light display that's synchronized to popular Christmas music, it's the time it took to program the 30-minute extravaganza: 12 hours of coding for every minute of show, the equivalent of...
Elliott Franklin Sears, a World War II veteran who later worked as an assistant chief engineer for the Navy Department in Washington, died Sept. 5 of heart failure at the Charlotte Hall Veterans Home in Southern Maryland. The longtime Woodmoor resident...
Jump Start classes Anne Arundel Community College and North County High School are working to bring college courses to the high school's students and surrounding community. Eligible students are encouraged to enroll in AACC's Jump Start classes this fall...
It is fascinating to read of all these organizations that want to do so much for us. The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the U.S. Department of Defense to put an end to the ban on women in combat. Senators Ben Cardin and Barbara Boxer want the...
A Defense Department funding bill has made bedfellows of two groups more likely to be found in opposite corners: federal labor and federal contractors. The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) and the Professional Services Council (PSC)...
Gen. Dennis L. Via, commanding general of the U.S. Army Materiel Command, visited several major supporting commands based at Aberdeen Proving Ground on Friday, the post command said. The general's visit highlighted the rapid changes that have taken...
The military could slow pay increases without harming the armed forces, analysts tell the Defense Department in a new report. The authors of the Rand Corp. study point to the services' ability in recent years to meet recruiting targets, the withdrawals...
Tags: Afghanistan, Iraq, The Pentagon
Researchers commissioned by the Defense Department said Monday that decades-old limits on lead exposure are inadequate to protect the health of workers on military firing ranges. Moreover, the National Academy of Science reported, lead from ammunition...
The suspect in the Colorado movie theater shootings is not and has never been a member of the armed forces, the Pentagon said Friday. Authorities say shooting suspect James Holmes carried an assault rifle, a shotgun and a handgun and wore full body armor...
Tags: The Pentagon
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