Stars and Stripes Daily Headlines

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> To: Richard Kaplan
> Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 23:01:21 +0000
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> Details so far in Petraeus sex scandal not legally damaging, but could trigger punishment
> http://www.stripes.com/details-so-far-in-petraeus-sex-scandal-not-legally-damaging-but-could-trigger-punishment-1.197381?localLinksEnabled=false
> Salacious details leaked by anonymous Washington sources about respected current and former generals embroiled in a sex scandal don’t yet add up to anything legally damaging, military law experts told Stars and Stripes. >
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> South Korean cities fear US bases won’t meet deadline to vacate
> http://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/korea/south-korean-cities-fear-us-bases-won-t-meet-deadline-to-vacate-1.197310?localLinksEnabled=false
> In recent months, reports related to U.S. military units have prompted officials in Dongducheon and Uijeongbu to go public with concerns that vacating the bases in their cities will be postponed, revised or canceled. >
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> Madigan medical center review finds 150 more with PTSD
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/madigan-medical-center-review-finds-150-more-with-ptsd-1.197369?localLinksEnabled=false
> A wide-ranging review of behavioral health diagnoses at Madigan Army Medical Center in Washington state closed in September with Army doctors changing more than half of the cases they evaluated, giving 150 service members new diagnoses of post-traumatic stress disorder. >
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> Military judge rebukes prosecutors in Chen suicide case
> http://www.stripes.com/news/navy/military-judge-rebukes-prosecutors-in-chen-suicide-case-1.197249?localLinksEnabled=false
> A military judge said Thursday that prosecutors cannot call 11 additional witnesses in the Pvt. Danny Chen suicide case. Prosecutors notified defense lawyers for Staff Sgt. Andrew J. VanBockel of the additional witnesses Wednesday, after the court-martial had started. >
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> Ecotourism ends at Midway Atoll
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/ecotourism-ends-at-midway-atoll-1.197387?localLinksEnabled=false
> Midway Atoll has been described as the “window” to the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument as the only site open to the public within the remote island chain. But that view is dimming with the federal budget crunch, a more than $1 million budget shortfall and a decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to shut down ecotourism. >
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> At Kitsap, Navy comes together to honor individual augmentees
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/at-kitsap-navy-comes-together-to-honor-individual-augmentees-1.197376?localLinksEnabled=false
> For six years, the Kitsap Navy has welcomed home its “heroes” from deployments with Army or Marine Corps units overseas. They’re called individual augmentees because they go alone. >
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> Ex-Tinker AFB worker charged with accepting bribes from government contractor
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/ex-tinker-afb-worker-charged-with-accepting-bribes-from-government-contractor-1.197374?localLinksEnabled=false
> A former Tinker Air Force Base item manager who purchased replacement parts for military aircraft was arrested Thursday, accused of accepting large cash payments from government contractors in return for favorable treatment. >
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> Army honors Maine woman, 91, for WWII service
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/army-honors-maine-woman-91-for-wwii-service-1.197368?localLinksEnabled=false
> Jean Keirstead Hutchinson smiled at the flowers, the gift blanket, the pins and the medal. But the 91-year-old veteran of World War II’s Battle of the Bulge felt it was all too much fuss Thursday. “I was one of a million,” she whispered. >
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> Senior pilots soar above aging stereotypes
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/senior-pilots-soar-above-aging-stereotypes-1.197363?localLinksEnabled=false
> The secret to staying young? Stay high. So say the United Flying Octogenarians, an international flock of about 1,200 private and recreational pilots who are age 80-plus — and refuse to be grounded. >
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> Campbell nominated to be commanding general of Forces Command
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/campbell-nominated-to-be-commanding-general-of-forces-command-1.197371?localLinksEnabled=false
> Lt. Gen. John F. Campbell has been nominated to replace Gen. David M. Rodriguez as the head of Forces Command, the Pentagon announced Thursday. The nomination by President Obama, which is subject to Senate approval, includes a fourth star for Campbell. >
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> Islamic prayer was banned from Michigan church’s Veterans Day service
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/islamic-prayer-was-banned-from-michigan-church-s-veterans-day-service-1.197362?localLinksEnabled=false
> The word seemingly came out of the blue: Choral director Jeffrey Cobb told his singers and orchestra — roughly 180 local adults and teens drawn from college, a high school, and churches — that a pastor barred an Islamic prayer from the piece they planned to sing. >
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> Holiday wreaths at Fort Bliss cemetery remember thousands of veterans
> http://www.stripes.com/news/us/holiday-wreaths-at-fort-bliss-cemetery-remember-thousands-of-veterans-1.197372?localLinksEnabled=false
> A handful of El Paso organizations are banding together again this year to make sure that the veterans buried at Fort Bliss National Cemetery aren’t forgotten this holiday season. >
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