March 29, 2015
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How could 200 thousand tons of steel drop to the ground in under 11 seconds because of a fire?
Marine Corps MP Explosive Detection Dog and Military Working Dog Sgt Beyco, a K-9 Combat Veteran, has entered the 2012 American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards Contest and needs your support and VOTES. MWD Beyco worked and gave her whole life to the MARINE CORPS and was honored to be a MWD MARINE. She retired November 10, 2011 at Cherry Point, North Carolina.
Could the fatal crash of veteran pilot Jimmy Leeward in a fiery Reno, Nevada air show race accident that claimed nine lives and injured 60 be a turning point? It seems possible that the clock may now be ticking on this often military-oriented rich man's sport; one that combines big crowd thrills with even bigger crowd danger and risk, generally with a military twist.
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New York Congressman Chris Gibson (NY) reintroduced our bill in the House of Representatives on Friday, Feb 13th, along with 130 original House sponsors. Co-sponsors are continuing to be added to that overwhelming bipartisan support. On the Senate side, we have Sen. Gillibrand (NY) ready to introduce an identical Senate legislation. However, she is waiting for a Republican Senator to step out with her so there will be an initial bipartisan support.
In my last three guest pieces, I touched on several ways in which DHS-CPD, and their affiliates, have violated State and Federal laws.
AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCE PERSONNEL participated in the Vietnam Conflict from 1962 to 1973. This was the most significant military commitment of Australian Forces since World War II, involving nearly 60000 personnel, of whom over 500 died during service and 3131 were severely physically wounded.
Rick Simpson's name is synonymous with healing hemp oil. Here he addresses many questions on how to produce and use the cannabis product, standing by the oil that has cost him his freedom to return to Canada.
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According to two research scientists the mystery of vanished ships and airplanes in the region dubbed "The Bermuda Triangle" has been solved.
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Police report that a 26-year-old psychiatric patient wanted for felony escape from the Oregon State Hospital in Salem was arrested Sunday afternoon in Ogden, Utah. A second person identified as his girlfriend was also arrested. Oregon State Police detectives confirmed David Anderson, who had escaped from a supervised hospital yard on Saturday afternoon, was apprehended about 3:00 p.m. Sunday by Ogden Police Department and taken into custody.
The Marine Corps takes great pride "in taking care of its own", but the Naval services have not done a good job notifying veterans who were stationed at former MCAS Toro that they are at risk for exposure to toxic chemicals as a result of the contamination of the soil and groundwater. Very few know of their exposure. Marines who served at Camp Lejeune, El Toro and possibly several locations, have been exposed to trichloroethylene (TCE) and Perchloroethylene (PCE), and they may suffer serious health consequences, and have no idea of what hit them. Most Marine and Navy veterans stationed at El Toro have no knowledge of the toxic chemicals found on the base, its place on the EPA Superfund, eventually closure in 1999, and sale at a public auction by the Navy in 2005 to a joint venture for $650 million.
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