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Navy removes P-3 era memorial in Hawaii

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April 27, 2018, Navy Times

The community initially reported the memorial stolen. It turns out the Navy took it down. Continue reading →

Naples mayor tells U.S. submarine to keep out

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April 19, 2018, Navy Times

The mayor said Naples is a “city of peace” where nuclear subs aren’t welcome. Continue reading →

U.S. nonprofit helps military families in Ukraine

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April 19, 2018, Military Times

TAPS is sharing what it has learned about peer-based emotional support with military survivors in Ukraine. Continue reading →

How the U.S. tricked Russia ahead of Syria strikes

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April 17, 2018, Navy Times

Russian defense systems didn’t see that coming. Continue reading →

Woman hits soldier in racially charged incident

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April 17, 2018, Army Times

Judy Tucker, 71, was arrested and charged with simple battery. Continue reading →

First black woman nominated for Marine Brig Gen

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April 16, 2018, Marine Corps Times

The Defense Department’s release of slated general promotions included a historic first for the Corps. Continue reading →

Soldier called hero for saving young girl’s life

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April 14, 2018, Army Times

Pvt. Hilinski pulled the girl out of the vehicle and performed multiple rounds of CPR until she felt a pulse. Continue reading →

Female sailors can apply for submarine service

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April 12, 2018, Navy Times

Selected sailors will be part of the initial integration of the Ohio-class submarine Georgia. Continue reading →

Struggling shipyards may impede fleet increase

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April 10, 2018, Navy Times

The Navy wants 355 ships, but first it needs stable shipyards. Continue reading →

New underwater drones are smaller, cheaper

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April 10, 2018, Defense News

The new AUV technology includes a high-speed, micro-sized vehicle and a seafloor power system. Continue reading →

Solving the mysterious case of Sgt. Paul Meyer

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March 29, 2018, Air Force Times

Sgt. Paul Meyer stole a C-130 in 1969 and crashed shortly into his journey from the U.K. to Virginia. The question: why? Continue reading →

Police searching for missing Fort Bragg soldier

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March 27, 2018, Army Times

Sgt. Carl Seeman was reported missing after failing to report to his unit on Sunday. Continue reading →

New Vietnam memorial honors 5th Marines

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March 27, 2018, Marine Corps Times

The memorial honors the 2,706 Marines and sailors who were killed in Vietnam fighting with the 5th Marine Regiment. Continue reading →

Air Force cadets honored for saving hikers

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March 8, 2018, Air Force Times

The cadets put their training into action and rescued the hikers in whiteout conditions. Continue reading →

Aviator may be Navy’s first female CO

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March 8, 2018, Navy Times

Capt. Amy Bauernschmidt is looking to make history again. Continue reading →

A-10 vs. F-35: Which wins in a fly-off?

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March 1, 2018, Air Force Times

Which jet would you bet on? Continue reading →

Dive team uncovers WWII pilot’s remains

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February 27, 2018, Navy Times

The remains were found near the islands of Palau and are being analyzed for identification. Continue reading →

Navy vet protected students in Florida shooting

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February 22, 2018, Navy Times

Chris Hixon has been hailed as one of the heroes of the Parkland tragedy. Continue reading →

Travel claim reimbursement? It may be a while

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February 22, 2018, Navy Times

The Navy is currently processing a backlog of 7,500 travel claims. Continue reading →

Navy sends warships to Black Sea, signal to Russia

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February 20, 2018, Navy Times

The deployment of the ships comes as Russia continues to militarize the Crimean Peninsula. Continue reading →

For Navy, retaining aviators may require more pay

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February 15, 2018, Navy Times

The Navy’s personnel boss told Congress that pay increases may be necessary to hold on to seasoned pilots. Continue reading →

Special Forces soldier dies in motorcycle crash

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February 14, 2018, Army Times

Sgt. 1st Class Jamie Harold Otts was riding with his wife when the crash occurred. Continue reading →

Guardsman competes in 300-mile dogsled race

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February 13, 2018, Army Times

Staff Sgt. Thomas Carl made his K-300 debut, continuing a family tradition of running dogsled teams. Continue reading →

China sends fighter jets to South China Sea

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February 8, 2018, Navy Times

China has deployed advanced fighter jets to the South China Sea for the first time. Continue reading →

Trump wants 24 new Super Hornets

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February 8, 2018, Navy Times

New Super Hornets would fill the Navy’s inventory shortage until more F-35s arrive. Continue reading →

US forces on guard in Iraq, even as war winds down

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February 6, 2018, Military Times

A recent video shows U.S. troops working with Iraqi forces along the Syria border. Continue reading →

Military health officials: No deaths from vaping

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February 1, 2018, Navy Times

The assurance comes after the Army mistakenly reported two vaping-induced Marine deaths earlier this week. Continue reading →

Army warns of dangers of ‘CBD’ vape oils

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January 30, 2018, Navy Times

The Army says 60 patients were treated for symptoms linked to vape oils. Continue reading →

Navy to finalize Greyhound-to-Osprey transition

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January 26, 2018, Navy Times

The plan is to replace the aging C-2A Greyhounds with new V-22 Ospreys over the next decade. Continue reading →

Navy nurse awarded for saving man’s life on ferry

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January 25, 2018, Navy Times

Lt. Cmdr. Erika Schilling, of Naval Hospital Bremerton, performed 14 minutes of CPR to save the man’s life. Continue reading →

Still kicking: Blue Ridge set to resume service

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January 23, 2018, Navy Times

The 7th Fleet command flagship has left dry dock after extensive maintenance and several upgrades. Continue reading →

Destroyer tracking Russian spy ship off US coast

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January 23, 2018, Navy Times

The Viktor Leonov was spotted 100 miles southeast of Wilmington and is now being tracked by the destroyer Cole. Continue reading →

Marine charged in ‘military training’ child abuse

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January 18, 2018, Marine Corps Times

Police say the Marine reservist was “trying to get the child to do push-ups and calisthenics.” Continue reading →

Celebrating literacy at the National Book Festival

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September 7, 2017, GW-TV

The premier literary event drew thousands of readers and over a hundred authors. Continue reading →

Displacement risks run high throughout D.C.

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December 12, 2016

Redevelopment in Southeast and Southwest D.C. threatens residents. Continue reading →

Council passes bill to help student debtors

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November 21, 2016

The bill increases regulation of student loan servicers, the subject of increasing complaints. Continue reading →

Council aims to prevent displacement in Ward 8

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October 31, 2016

A new bill tries to protect residents likely to be affected by the redevelopment of St. Elizabeth’s hospital. Continue reading →

D.C. citizens worried about new state constitution

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October 10, 2016

Public hearings reveal many statehood advocates want draft state constitution changed. Continue reading →

D.C. statehood push progresses amid controversy

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September 26, 2016

Citizens raise concerns over the lack of public participation in the renewed push for statehood. Continue reading →

Finding things to do in summer

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July 20, 2015, The Petaluma Argus-Courier

A feature on the summer scene for teens in Petaluma. Continue reading →

Tweeting, liking and texting

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May 2, 2015, The Petaluma Argus-Courier

A look at the role of social media in the lives of high school students. Continue reading →

Gymnast Kara Jones showing her dedication

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February 4, 2015, The Petaluma Argus-Courier

A profile of a top local gymnast. Continue reading →

AP standards should be maintained

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January 2014, The Press Democrat

An opinion article in support of entrance exams for AP classes. Continue reading →

Swinging to stardom

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October 2012, The Petaluma Post

An article on the Petaluma National Little League’s journey to the Little League World Series. Continue reading →

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