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Richard Ellis, Getty Images

Immigrants in Military Policy Expanded

A new Defense Department policy will allow undocumented immigrants to be part of the U.S. military. It will be a small number of aliens that will be allowed to join the service, and is an expansion on an existing program.

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Scott Olsen, Getty Images
Scott Olsen, Getty Images

San Diego School Buys Ambush Protection Vehicle

San Diego Unified School has landed a new vehicle for its campus, a mine resistant Army truck. It was received through the Pentagon’s excess property giveaway program with a huge allotment coming to San Diego.

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Christian Peterson, Getty Images
Christian Peterson, Getty Images

Air Force Says No to New Camo Design

The U.S. Army will adopt a new camouflage pattern next year replacing the current pixilated patterned that came out in 2004. While the Army will have the new camouflage the U.S. Air Force will not. The fly boys decided to keep their tiger-striped pattern.

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Getty Images, photo by Hunter Martin
Getty Images, photo by Hunter Martin

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up

In college football this weekend Navy made it 12 wins in a row over Army with a 34-7 win.  Navy QB Keenan Reynolds made the history books in the game by rushing for three touchdowns giving him 29 on the season, the most by a quarterback in NCAA history.

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Photo by Sharon Buck

Maine Army National Guard Breaks Record!

While at the Walmart in Augusta at the Augusta Marketplace, the Maine Army National Guard is helping out our 'Tanks'giving Food Drive. Last year, PFC Julia Morrison did a pushup for every dollar that was donated. And, even though her shoulder is hurting, she has decided to try and break the record this year.

And her fellow soldiers decided to join in!

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photo by Andy Capwell
photo by Andy Capwell

Meet Andy’s Mom and Dad

 

October 30th, 1949 is a very special date for me. It was the anniversary of my mother and father. To my best memory, this is the story of how they met. My mother was a graduate of the Roosevelt School Of Nursing in New York City and my Dad was an army veteran of World War II. My Dad had injured his thumb during the war and was treated at the hospital where my Mom was working at.

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