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Officer of Anti-Submarine Squadron Quarantined With Tuberculosis

A 32-year-old first-class petty officer, a member of the Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron 4, has been kept in isolation with active tuberculosis. He had returned// on July 6th after a six-month deployment aboard the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan, the Navy said yesterday. The sailor became ...

Jericho Project Creates Veterans Advisory Council

...ion Policy and University Professor at the Graduate School and University Center of The City University of New York . He commanded the 100th Fighter squadron of the 332nd Fighter Group (the "Tuskegee Airmen") in World War II, and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal with eight Oak Leaf C...

Life-Saving Airman, Leukemia Patient Meet for First Time

...n identified with the matching blood type. Calls were made to Airman Pope's squadron who contacted the Airman at his dorm room. At the time Airman Pope was off ...ed some of his daily duties. The next stop on the tour was the 35th Fighter squadron where Ms. Pak was fitted with a personalized flight suit and jacket. The to...

New Web Site Offers Shirts with Custom-embroidered Aviator Wings for Veteran Military Pilots, Supports Families of the Wounded Fund

...veteran military pilots a way to wear their memories with pride. The site's squadron reunion headquarters also lets pilots announce upcoming reunions and report...s make a perfect gift -- and the web site makes it easy to outfit an entire squadron for a reunion." "Through the years, I've had a lot of naval a...

TriWest Teaches California Kids About Veteran's Sacrifice, Courage

...y. It was only by specific orders that he was persuaded to leave his post to seek medical attention. Following first aid treatment, he returned to the squadron and supervised the re-arming of returning planes. "At a time when true heroes are few and far between, we hope to get our nation's young people thin...

A Soldier's Healing Touch

...nt kind of war for Prem Khullar. Here you don't shed blood - you donate some. You bomb bacteria, not civilian populations//. And the retired air force squadron leader has been doing this consistently for the past 13 years. What began in 1993 as a one-room clinic is today the Association for Blindness an...
Squadron in Biological Technology

Searching for revenue streams

...dvertising and relevance engine and when they click we'll make a small bounty and they will click often enough that we'll make enough money to pay our squadron of engineers and make our investors happy. It just doesn't seem sustainable to me for several reasons. First, I don't like businesses that are ...
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