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Published: Monday, 02 May 2005 11:56:33 PM


Mountain Fortress


One of the most inhospitable places was also the site of a major slice of Civil War history.

F-15 Squadron Temporary Home


The first contingent of twelve F-15E Strike Eagles from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, arrived at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, on Friday to begin an indefinite deployment. The fighters are accompanied by about 300 personnel from 391st Fighter Squadron also from the Idaho base.

Bonhomme Richard Backloads 15th MEU


USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) (BHR) completed its mission in the U.S. Central Command area of operations after backloading the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit April 9-16.

U.S. Navy Rescues 89 in Gulf of Aden


U.S. Navy ships rescued 94 people after the vessel they were in capsized in the waters of the Gulf of Aden 25 miles off the coast of Somalia at approximately 3:45 p.m. local time April 29. Five of the 94 pulled from the water were pronounced dead on scene.

CNO Thanks Sailors for Regional Contribution


Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Vern Clark visited Sailors assigned to Logistics Group Western Pacific, the Naval Regional Contracting Center and the Military Sealift Command Office during a visit to Sembawang on the northern part of the island April 29.

Multi-national Forces Compete in Ali Olympics


As Coalition forces work together fighting the war on terror, fun usually takes a back seat to the missions at hand, but all that changed for a day April 18 in Talil, Iraq.

University Bids Farewell to Students, Germany


The University of Maryland's only overseas, two-year residential campus graduated its last class of students on Saturday night before closing its doors forever.

Tribute to a Fallen Pilot


"The men and women of VP-65 had no better friend, from the youngest sailor to the most senior officer."

Super Heroes Team with Pentagon


Marvel Comics unveiled a custom comic book Thursday at the Pentagon that will be distributed free in May to U.S. forces in Iraq and around the world.

Counseling as Part of Sex Assault Policy


Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz's signature was right there at the bottom of the page: the Defense Department, the memo said, was changing a longstanding policy that commanders need be told about sexual assaults in their units.