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> Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2012 22:01:41 +0000
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> Myrtle Beach lights in the sky: Military training, flares, or … something else?
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/myrtle-beach-lights-in-the-sky-military-training-flares-or-something-else-1.195244?localLinksEnabled=false
> Rick Jones was down at the Myrtle Beach’s 6th Avenue public beach access on the evening of Oct. 22 when he saw what he said were three orange- or reddish-colored lights that suddenly appeared over the ocean, seeming to come out of nowhere. “This was kind of odd,” he said. >
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> Fighting breast cancer while her husband fights a war
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/fighting-breast-cancer-while-her-husband-fights-a-war-1.195243?localLinksEnabled=false
> For Patricia Johnson, nothing was worse than having her husband, Master Sgt. Charles Johnson, deployed to a war zone in Afghanistan. But in October 2010, it got worse in ways for which neither could have ever prepared. After all, how could one possibly prepare for being diagnosed with breast cancer? >
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> Wilson, N.C. agency helps veterans in crisis
> http://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/wilson-n-c-agency-helps-veterans-in-crisis-1.195241?localLinksEnabled=false
> Veterans Residential Services Executive Director Diane Kriesel says there is nothing like watching a veteran walk through the agency’s doors with a smile on their face after they’ve been successful. >
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> Taiwan detains 3 on suspicion of spying for China
> http://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/taiwan-detains-3-on-suspicion-of-spying-for-china-1.195224?localLinksEnabled=false
> Taiwan detained three former employees of the Naval Meteorological & Oceanographic Office on suspicion they spied for China while working for the agency. >
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> Navy looking into two deaths in Bahrain
> http://www.stripes.com/news/navy-looking-into-two-deaths-in-bahrain-1.195189?localLinksEnabled=false
> The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is reviewing two recent non-combat deaths at Naval Support Activity Bahrain. >
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> Commanders in Colorado Springs line up ‘superstorm’ help
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/commanders-in-colorado-springs-line-up-superstorm-help-1.195185?localLinksEnabled=false
> Commanders at Peterson Air Force Base moved disaster teams into place and set aside four military installations for emergency crews as the Hurricane Sandy churned toward the East Coast on Monday. >
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