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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....
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - In the midst of a blinding sandstorm, Iraqi armor forces moved under its seeming protection to strike at American forces on the approaches to Baghdad. But the powerful radar of a JStars surveillance plane penetrated that swirling, dun-...
Sun StaffJENNERS, Pa. -- On the other side of the Allegheny Mountains, in that distant place called Washington, politicians are branding Joe Darby a hero. He told the truth, they say, standing alone while others hid, and they want to see him get a medal for the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - To add a dash of Hollywood to the military briefings from Central Command in Qatar, the Pentagon enlisted a top art director (fresh from a Michael Douglas movie) to design the high-tech set, with its sleek, futuristic podium and giant...
Sun StaffThe Sun is following several families with loved ones in the armed forces. This is one in a series of occasional articles. Donna Bruce trembled as she climbed the stairs to tell her husband about the grisly Marine helicopter crash in Kuwait. The Bruces...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The Army is putting the finishing touches on a new interrogation manual that will specifically prohibit the harsh practices that have come to light since the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, officials said. It will also highlight international...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The tanks, Bradley fighting vehicles, and Apache and Kiowa helicopters have been shipped out. Now, the 12,000 men and women of the 4th Infantry Division at Fort Hood in Texas, the Army's most lethal heavy combat division, are saying goodbye...
Sun StaffThe photograph Julia Ruble keeps with her is the one she had made into a dog tag for her husband, Pfc. Jacob Ruble, to wear in Kuwait. It's a picture from their wedding day, Aug. 24. Julia wears a glittering tiara, white satin gloves and a spaghetti-...
Sun StaffRip Ballou's world began to blur around the edges as he stood among the croquet wickets, sipping home-brewed beer at a friend's lawn party. He should have expected it. Two weeks earlier, he'd agreed to let infected mosquitoes land on his arm and fill...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The new war against terrorism could well begin in the dun-colored mountains and the ancient cities of Afghanistan. Cruise missiles fired from Navy ships in the Arabian Sea strike military and political targets, while F-18 attack aircraft...
Sun StaffU.S. troops in Iraq are as hard to spot as science and art can make them. They have camouflage fatigues that blend into deserts, swamps and forests. The only place they stand out is in a city - and they might well have to fight in one this time. But...
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Sun ReporterIn the end of this 93rd meeting between Army and Navy, it was the faces and the embraces that told the story: the tears and sobs of defeat as Navy safety Chad Chatlos and his dad, George, embraced on one side of the field, and the cheers and screams of...
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