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Staff WriterPeople visiting Seattle's Museum of Flight Sunday were in for a rare treat. Three of our country's first African American military airmen spoke abou ttheir experiences flying long-range missions to Berlin during World War II. Those appearing on today's...
Tags: Sports, Justice and Rights, Defense, U.S. Military, Racism
Sun StaffThe trail of terror police say was undertaken by a Persian Gulf war veteran and his 17- year-old traveling companion has come to an end as investigators prepare to lodge murder charges in a string of sniper shootings carried out from the cover of woods,...
The Hartford CourantMarine Gunnery Sgt. Phillip Jordan of Enfield, a Texas native based at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade. He died March 23, 2003 in a battle in Nasiriyah, Iraq. He...
Sun-SentinelLooking for somewhere to try cable water-skiing? How about some skeet-shooting or horseback riding? You can find all that and more at the plethora of parks in the region. 1. Cable water-skiing -- Quiet Waters Park, 401 S. Powerline Road, Deerfield Beach,...
Tags: Sports, Defense, Golf, Volleyball, Skeet
U.S. Marine CorpsChance Phelps was wearing his Saint Christopher medal when he was killed on Good Friday. Eight days later, I handed the medallion to his mother. I didn't know Chance before he died. Today, I miss him. Over a year ago, I volunteered to escort the...
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