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Florida broker indicted in Air Force fraud scheme

Updated: 06/24/2009 - A Florida based aircraft parts broker is facing federal charges that he collected almost $225,000 for parts and supplies never delivered to the U.S. Air Force.

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Valuable cache of WWII weapons found in Ala. creek

Updated: 06/24/2009 - Authorities say a road crew working in rural Alabama made an unusual discovery: A valuable collection of foreign military weapons dating to World War II that had been dumped in a creek.

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Iraqi, Army mechanics get dirty during joint training

Posted: 04/07/2009 - CAMP LIBERTY – While a Lebanese, Iraqi, and Egyptian mix CD played in the background, four 6th Iraqi Army engineer mechanics lay sprawled on the floor of a maintenance bay, fixing their battered military vehicle. The IAs took part in the second joint vehicle maintenance training conducted by the 46th Engineer Combat Battalion (Heavy), 225th Engineer Brigade, Multi-National Division—Baghdad.

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Soldiers run to remember fallen hero

Posted: 04/06/2009 - At day-break on a warm desert morning in Baghdad, nearly 1,000 Soldiers joined together to remember one of their own in a moving tribute run.

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Army Vet Billed $3,000 for War Wounds

Posted: 03/26/2009 - Erik Roberts, an Army sergeant who was wounded in Iraq, underwent his 13th surgery recently to save his right leg from amputation. Imagine his shock when he got a bill for $3,000 for his treatment.

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10 insurgents killed in Afghanistan

Posted: 03/23/2009 - Eight Afghan police officers have been killed and another wounded in a Taliban ambush in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar province.

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Generals share their experience with PTSD

Updated: 03/07/2009 - WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Army generals aren't known for talking about their feelings. But two high-ranking officers are doing just that, hoping that by going public they can remove the stigma that many soldiers say keeps them from getting help for post-traumatic stress disorder.

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2,400 Georgia Guard members to head to Afghanistan

Posted: 02/24/2009 - Lt. Col. Kenneth Baldowski says about 2,400 of the 4,000 soldiers in Georgia National Guard's 108th Calvary Regiment will be heading for a one-year deployment to Afghanistan over the next two to three months.

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79 Soldiers Return From Iraq

Posted: 02/18/2009 - Soldiers assigned to a Fort Stewart-based unit are back on Georgia soil after serving fifteen months in Iraq.

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