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A lot of people think that if you’re in the Air Force, you’re flying a plane. But in reality, less than 4 percent of airmen are pilots. The majority of airmen serve in supporting roles, one of the largest of which is that of the aircraft maintainer. “[Maintainers] have more responsibility than the majority
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Army Sgt. Richard McDonald, a military police soldier assigned to the U.S. Army Central commander’s protective service detail, was recently certified as a master combatives instructor. Now, McDonald, along with other Arcent personnel, leads a group of soldiers in obtaining their Modern Army Combatives Program Level 2 certification at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Hometown:Haskell, Arkansas
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A hunting trip went awry when a Labrador retriever accidentally shot a man on a duck hunting outing in Mississippi. A dog named Tito shot former football player Matt Branch while they were on an annual duck and deer hunting trip near Eagle Lake, The Mississippi Clarion-Ledger reported Wednesday. The incident occurred on Dec. 28.
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Democratic New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has been quietly corresponding with Wall Street senior executives in an attempt to gain financial backing for a potential 2020 presidential run. Gillibrand has been on the front lines making phone calls to New York financiers in order to assess their willingness to back her presidential campaign, according to
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An American man made history Wednesday after successfully traveling across Antarctica without any support or resupply. Portland, Oregon, resident Colin O’Brady, 33, traveled 930 miles over 54 days, The Associated Press reported Thursday. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) View this post on Instagram Day 54: FINISH LINE!!! I did it! The Impossible First ✅. 32 hours
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Chief Justice John Roberts stayed a subpoena and contempt order in a case arising from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation in a Sunday night order. Sunday’s order marks the first time that the Supreme Court has intervened in the Mueller inquiry. Very little is known of the case, which reached the high court on Saturday,
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Republican Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander announced he won’t be seeking re-election in 2020. There is already speculation about possible replacements, including Republican Rep. David Kustoff and Democratic state Sen. Jeff Yarbro. The 78-year-old senator says he’s “deeply grateful, but now it is time for someone else to have that privilege.” Republican Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander
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Posted by: Tim Pearce in Trump Administration, US News, White House Watch December 15, 2018 Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will be leaving his position in the Trump cabinet by the end of the year, President Donald Trump announced Saturday morning. Secretary of the Interior @RyanZinke will be leaving the Administration at the end of
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The FBI has released a summary that James Comey used in a briefing with President-Elect Donald Trump and President Obama regarding the Steele dossier The document is sure to grab the attention of Republicans who have accused the FBI of relying too heavily on the unverified dossier for its investigation of possible collusion between the
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The Occupy Democrats Facebook page shared a photo Tuesday that it said showed alleged Russian spy Maria Butina with President Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr. “Whatever you do, DON’T share this embarrassing newly-obtained photo of Donald Trump Jr. with Russian spy Maria Butina,” the meme said. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Verdict: True Butina took
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