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Sun StaffMILWAUKEE - Civil rights activist the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson capped off a day of grass-roots political strategizing yesterday by imploring NAACP members to urge their congressional representatives to extend soon-to-expire provisions of the 1965 Voting...
The U.S. Army in recent years has rushed a number of medical innovations onto the battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan with little testing or data to support them, and then altered or abandoned them when they didn't live up to expectations. Things like...
Tags: Defense, Armed Forces, Iraq, U.S. Army, Medical Research
Baltimore Sun reporterThe U.S. Army has quietly altered or abandoned some of its more experimental medical treatments for troops injured in combat, as advances it once hailed as groundbreaking are foundlargely ineffective or perhaps even dangerous. Advanced battle dressings,...
Tags: Animals, Blood, Colleges and Universities, Iraq, Baghdad (Iraq)
It's not that Muhammad Shumri imagined building a new life in Baltimore would be easy. But he didn't expect it to be so hard. The 48-year-old physician was a high-ranking official in the Iraqi Ministry of Health when a photograph that placed him at a...
Sun ReportersAs a teenager at St. Timothy's School, Kimberly Dozier developed an appreciation for history and a talent for writing. She hammered nails and painted sets for school plays, and sang opera. And when she took a stick to the face during a lacrosse game, she...
Sun reportersThree Maryland Army National Guardsmen were killed in Iraq when their Humvee was hit accidentally by a tractor-trailer in a convoy last week - the first state Guardsmen killed in the line of duty overseas since World War II, state military officials...
Tags: Defense, Colleges and Universities, Iraq, Fires, Armed Forces
Sun reporterA Maryland National Guard sergeant from the Eastern Shore has died of wounds he received Christmas Eve when a roadside bomb went off in Iraq, becoming the first Maryland guardsman killed in combat since World War II, officials said yesterday. Michael J....
Sun ReporterThe U.S. Army is launching a multimillion-dollar campaign to equip all its combat troops with a futuristic bandage designed to stop massive bleeding from battlefield injuries, despite doubts about its effectiveness and the development of a cheaper product...
Sun StaffWith the price of gas fluctuating with every strong wind, motorists locally and across the country are no longer just seeing the number change between trips to the pump. They may even see it from the morning commute to the drive home. "It's up to Exxon,...
Sun reporterWashington // Taken together, the stories of the 2,000 American soldiers who have died in Iraq in the past two years tell a poignant tale about who is bearing the largest burden. The victims are disproportionately working-class young men, most in their...
Sun reporterThey stood in solidarity, forming a line along North Avenue behind a row of boots and assorted footwear that symbolized the loss of life, among Maryland troops and Iraqi civilians, during the war in Iraq. They stood, as did others throughout the...
Tags: Wars and Interventions, Defense, Iraq, Maryland, George W. Bush
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