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> Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 22:02:31 +0000
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> Greenert: Navy to focus on health of force, naval dominance
> http://www.stripes.com/news/greenert-navy-to-focus-on-health-of-force-naval-dominance-1.195345?localLinksEnabled=false
> As he moves into his second year as chief of naval operations, Adm. Jonathan Greenert has outlined a plan for the future of the Navy that emphasizes tracking and protecting the health of the force while asserting military dominance. >
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> Wife says former Aviano inspector general is innocent
> http://www.stripes.com/news/wife-says-former-aviano-inspector-general-is-innocent-1.195373?localLinksEnabled=false
> The wife of Lt. Col. James Wilkerson, the former Aviano Air Base inspector general charged with sexually assaulting a sleeping house guest, testified Wednesday that her husband didn’t do it. >
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> Founder of Afghan girls school tells Heidelberg Scouts of challenges
> http://www.stripes.com/news/founder-of-afghan-girls-school-tells-heidelberg-scouts-of-challenges-1.195311?localLinksEnabled=false
> Razia Jan has told the story countless times of how she left a comfortable life in Massachusetts and went home to Afghanistan to build a school for girls. >
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> Man accused of setting fire to Navy sub considers deal
> http://www.stripes.com/news/man-accused-of-setting-fire-to-navy-sub-considers-deal-1.195350?localLinksEnabled=false
> Federal prosecutors have submitted a “substantive proposal” to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard worker accused of setting fire to a nuclear submarine, according to a court document. >
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> Majority of US drones still openly broadcasting secret video
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/majority-of-us-drones-still-openly-broadcasting-secret-video-1.195263?localLinksEnabled=false
> The reconnaissance video streamed by U.S. military drones is still vulnerable to hacking, potentially allowing enemies to watch the valuable intelligence despite the military’s prior knowledge of the security weakness. >
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> Marines prepare for deployment with day at rifle range
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/marines-prepare-for-deployment-with-day-at-rifle-range-1.195349?localLinksEnabled=false
> Marines from II Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward) prepared for their upcoming 2013 deployment with a day at the rifle range recently. More than 6,000 Marines will deploy as a task-organized Marine Air-Ground Task Force to southern Afghanistan early next year, with elements from 2nd Marine Division, 2nd Marine Logistics Group and 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. >
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> Former player to accept Purple Heart at halftime of UW-L game
> http://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/former-player-to-accept-purple-heart-at-halftime-of-uw-l-game-1.195344?localLinksEnabled=false
> Second Lt. Jason Church can’t wait to see the gridiron again. The last time he played at Veterans Memorial Field at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse was as a defensive end for the Eagles. He will return a hero. >
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> Private traffic crowds out Air Force at Colo. airport, leading to drop in annual fee
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/private-traffic-crowds-out-air-force-at-colo-airport-leading-to-drop-in-annual-fee-1.195342?localLinksEnabled=false
> How can an airport be so busy it’s going broke? City Council is asking that question after the Air Force announced it’s virtually eliminating its annual $554,000 fee to Pueblo Memorial Airport next year for the C-130 transports that have flown “touch-and-go” landings there for years. The Air Force wants to pay $29,000 instead. >
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> Dairy farm owners paid as part of Fort Drum land buffer program
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/dairy-farm-owners-paid-as-part-of-fort-drum-land-buffer-program-1.195340?localLinksEnabled=false
> The owners of a dairy farm near post will be paid to limit development as a part of a military program to protect training areas. Hampson D. and Betty Platt will receive $187,000 as a part of the Army Compatible Use Buffer program, which in the past few years has doled out more than $3 million. The Platt’s 567- acre plot is in the towns of Antwerp and Rossie. >
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> Marine veteran, former boxer, battling breast cancer
> http://www.stripes.com/marine-veteran-former-boxer-battling-breast-cancer-1.195335?localLinksEnabled=false
> Peter Devereaux is one of 82 men who have been diagnosed with male breast cancer believed to have been caused by water contamination at Camp Lejeune, a Marine Corps base in North Carolina. >
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