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  • A cut above: Local barber Emile Roy is grand marshal of Monday's Fourth of July parade

    Emile Roy clipped away at Dr. Raymond Beaudoin's hair in his barber shop on Acorn Street and admitted he was surprised to be named grand marshal of Sanford's Fourth of July Parade this Monday. read full article ...
  • Weise Will Serve As Grand Marshal F.....

    The Chautauqua County July 4th Celebration Committee has named Wesley Weise Jr. as the grand marshal of the Independence Day parade in Mayville on Saturday. read full article ...
  • Navy starts training in East China Sea

    The People's Liberation Army Navy has begun conducting its annual live ammunition drill in the East China Sea, Chinese military authorities announced on Wednesday. read full article ...
  • Prostitution arrest leads to Navy sanctions

    A Navy officer formerly commanding the Naval Weapons Station in Charleston has been placed in a pre-trial intervention program for his arrest on a prostitution charge in South Carolina. read full article ...
  • Guantanamo judge weighs detainee's request for psychologist

    A military judge will decide whether a Sudanese detainee who says he's undergone "various methods of interrogation" since 2002 can use an Arabic-speaking psychologist with experience in post-traumatic stress disorder to help him prepare for trial. ...
  • Boeing purchases Argon for $775 million, military shifts

    Boeing is buying combat engineering firm Argon ST for about $775 million, reflecting a shift by defense contractors seeking to accommodate a Pentagon that now wants high-tech intelligence tools as much or more than big guns and heavy armor. read fu...
  • DOD opens new medic training campus in San Antonio

    The U.S. military has opened the first buildings at a new training campus that will consolidate all medic training across the various service branches. read full article ...
  • US, Afghans repel attack against major base

    U.S. and Afghan troops repelled an attack Wednesday on one of the biggest NATO bases in eastern Afghanistan by militants who used a suicide car bomb , rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons in a failed attempt to breach the defenses. read ...
  • Navy's New Solution to Bombs: Cook Them With Microwaves

    There's no end to what the U.S. military has tried against improvised explosives: mand-made lightning, bomb-handling robots, radio frequency jammers and electronics-frying high electromagnetic pulses . read full article ...
  • Officials: SC base future rests with new planes

    The commander of the Marine Corps Air Station at Beaufort warns that the South Carolina base's future depends on how the military assigns its new F-35 fighter jets. read full article ...
  • Timeline: Previous U.S.-Russia spy incidents

    The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday U.S. spying allegations were baseless and it was regrettable that they followed Washington's call for a "reset" in ties between the former Cold War adversaries. read full article ...
  • US military identifies remains of Korean War sailor from Indiana lost at sea, later buried

    The Defense Department says the remains of a Korean War sailor from Indiana have been identified and are being returned to his family for burial. read full article ...
  • US intercepts ballistic missile in test off Hawaii

    The U.S. military says it successfully shot down a short-range ballistic missile in a test off Hawaii. read full article ...
  • Marine accused in Iraqi war crimes is back on duty

    Marine Sgt. Lawrence Hutchins III put on his uniform and reported for duty Tuesday despite lingering accusations that he killed an unarmed Iraqi man in what became a major war crime case. read full article ...
  • Attorneys for accused pirates question US charge

    Attorneys for six Somali nationals accused of attacking a U.S. Navy ship off the coast of Africa are questioning the government's piracy prosecution and are asking a judge to dismiss the charges. read full article ...
  • William Hoth

    John William Hoth of Ashfield and Charlemont died Friday, June 25, 2010, in Charlemont. read full article ...
  • Day Two of royal tour takes to the water with distinct naval theme

    Day Two of the Queen's visit to Canada features an event in Halifax harbour that's rarely seen in Canadian waters. read full article ...
  • China's military to conduct live-fire sea drill as US, Korea plan joint exercises

    China will start six days of live-fire drills off its eastern coast Wednesday amid plans for joint U.S.-Korea military exercises in the region. read full article ...
  • PRUDEN: A president to rival Rodney Dangerfield

    Barack Obama, who only yesterday was the student prince everybody was swooning over, is fast becoming Rodney Dangerfield: "He don't get no respect." Suddenly, he's all thumbs, and every time he swings the presidential hammer he takes out another fingernai...
  • Bill Clinton: We May Have to Blow Up Oil Well

    Former President Bill Clinton said during a panel discussion in South Africa that it may become necessary to blow up the Deepwater Horizon well that continues to spew oil into the Gulf of Mexico. read full article ...

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