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If there existed any remaining doubt that Barack Obama has completed his conversion from an anti-Iraq war candidate to a presidential hawk, it was eviserated this weekend when the United States launched a series of military strikes on Libya. The...
Tags: Libya, Iraq, Republican Party, Louis Farrakhan, Côte d'Ivoire
On March 25th, I returned with three other members of Congress from a six-day trip to Iraq and Afghanistan. I came away, as all do, tremendously impressed by the commitment of American soldiers and civilians to executing their mission. We were in...
Tags: Taliban, Kabul (Afghanistan), Defense, Terrorism, Armed Forces
A 27-year-old soldier from Maryland has died in Iraq, the Department of Defense announced yesterday. 1st Lt. Phillip I. Neel died Sunday in Balad after he was struck by an enemy grenade blast, military officials said. Neel was assigned to the Army's 3rd...
Tags: Family, Awards and Prizes, Aberdeen, Iraq, Death
Sun reporterThe last scheduled court-martial of an Army reservist arising from the Abu Ghraib prison investigations begins today in Fort Hood, Texas, with the trial of Pfc. Lynndie R. England, who became a lightning rod of international outrage in photographs showing...
Sun reporterQuick and intense. That's how Emily J.T. Perez performed on the track, one coach said - and the same could be said for the rest of her short life. She was a star student and talented athlete. She was a captain of her high school track team and a leader at...
Tags: Defense, Family, Awards and Prizes, Iraq, Death
Reality CheckDid you hear that Dennis Rodman melted down on last night's Celebrity Apprentice? Major! Meltdown!At least according to all the ads on NBC, ads on the Web, Tweets from Annie Duke, etc. Then when it finally happened, it was weird......
Special To The SunNORFOLK, Va. -- The "new" Norfolk hasn't yet sparked the hype of, say, Atlanta or Charlotte. But this historic city's continuing urban renaissance could make it the next gleaming gem of the so-called New South. Situated along waterways where the...
Sun National StaffEven after the bullet cut through his leg and severed his femoral artery, 1st Lt. David R. Bernstein had a chance. The shooting stopped quickly, and a soldier trained in combat medical care was at Bernstein's side almost immediately. Helicopters landed,...
Sun StaffOn the day Alyssa Kreinschroeder's father told her he was being deployed to the Persian Gulf, he said he could be gone for a year. A year is a long time for a girl of 11 to imagine being away from her father, so Alyssa asked him: Was there any chance he'd...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Family, Arts, Iraq, Cancer
Sun Foreign StaffNEAR ISKANDARIYAH, Iraq - Brig. Gen. Edward Sinclair, touring what amounts to a small city he is building on a former military airfield here, hopped out of his Humvee and marched over to a truck parked near a battery of howitzer guns pointed skyward....
Tags: Defense, Baghdad (Iraq), Iraq, Metal and Mineral, Armed Forces
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