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Monday, May 31, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 31, 2010

Mullen: Military Will Continue to Support Spill Effort
The military will continue to support the effort to cap and mitigate the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, but it does not have the technical expertise to take over the operation, the nation's top military officer said on the morning news shows today. Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, also used the opportunity to ask Americans to remember the sacrifices of servicemembers throughout history and today in Afghanistan and Iraq, and to note the progress made in the two wars.

Airman Touched by Memorial Service in Iraq
This Memorial Day in Iraq, I have shed many tears for a soldier I never met. I was asked to videotape a memorial service for an Army major killed in action May 24 when an improvised explosive device pierced his mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle near Numaniyah in southern Iraq.

World Trade Center I-beam Unveiled at Bagram
May 31, 2010 - More than 200 multinational troops converged in front of the Regional Command East command building here to see an I-beam segment from the World Trade Center unveiled during a Memorial Day ceremony today. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, commander of NATO's International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, and Army Maj. Gen. Curtis M. Scaparrotti, commander of Combined Joint Task Force 82, also attended the event.

Leaders Salute Fallen Troops at Arlington National Cemetery
Vice President Joe Biden today hailed the unselfish service and sacrifices of past and present generations of U.S. servicemembers during the annual Memorial Day observance held at Arlington National Cemetery.

Memorial Day Observed at NMCP Cemetery
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth held its 24th annual Memorial Day observance May 31 in the historic Captain Theodore H. Conaway Memorial Naval Cemetery, where more than 850 Soldiers, Sailors and Marines are interred. A light breeze fluttered the flags that Boy Scouts had placed at each grave site, identifying the home nation of the person laid to rest.

Terrorism, safety and situational awareness
When the first aircraft struck the World Trade Center what were your thoughts? Was terrorism your first thought? Or, was your first thought more like How could that happen?

Sunday, May 30, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 29/30, 2010

USS Iwo Jima Embraces New York with Open Arms
USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) welcomed aboard the local New York community to visit and learn about the ship's mission and capabilities while observing displays and demonstrations from Sailors and embarked Marines May 28.

Navy Band Rocks Times Square During Fleet Week
Road Island Sound, a division of Navy Band Northeast, based out of Newport, R.I., performed a live rock concert in Times Square, May 28, during the celebration of Fleet Week New York 2010. "This is my second time performing in Times Square during Fleet Week and each year has been amazing," said Musician 3rd Class Rebecca Gonzalez, vocalist for Road Island Sound.

Five Tactics for Civil Service Exams
You can increase your score on almost any multiple choice civil service exam or test by employing five simple "tactics for test taking." In fact, it is likely that you could increase your final score by between five and ten percentage points by using these test taking tactics! That means if you studied enough to score eighty, these tactics can get you a score of eighty-five or ninety.

Arkansas Lighthouse for The Blind Hosts Admiral's Visit During Little Rock Navy Week
The Navy enjoyed a warm enthusiastic response during a recent visit to the Arkansas Lighthouse for the Blind, a non-profit agency employing Arkansans who are blind and visually impaired.

City of Coupeville Honor Veterans
Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nardel Gervacio, Navy Public Affairs Support Element West, Det. Whidbey Island (NNS) -- Hundreds of local residents from Coupeville and Whidbey Island paid their respects for all service members, past and present, during the Coupeville Memorial Day Parade, May 29.

Carthage Cemetery Honors World War II Fallen
Less than a mile from the 2,000-year-old ruins of ancient Carthage, Tunisian groundskeepers worked under a bright Mediterranean sun to prepare for Memorial Day observances to honor the 2,841 Americans buried here, as well as the thousands more who gave their lives in the North Africa campaigns of World War II that laid the bloody groundwork for the Allied liberation of Europe. The North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial lies in a quiet open space surrounded by fig, cypress and eucalyptus trees on Roosevelt Road, between the Tunis airport and the tourist beaches, art boutiques and historic ruins of the Tunisian coast.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 28, 2010

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Forget Everything you Learned in the Academy
Nearly every new cop has heard a field training officer or senior partner utter the phrase, “Forget everything you learned in the academy.” Indeed, in my conversations with senior Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) from several branches of the military there is a similar “forget what they told you in Basic.” That’s right. It would appear that the REMFs in training division don’t know jack about field operations.
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Tracking Ticks via Satellite
Finding a tick usually involves a squeamish self-examination – carefully rubbing fingertips through the scalp, meticulously scanning the body, and groaning "eyeww" if a little bloodsucker is discovered.
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U.S. Border Patrol Continues to See Success in West Desert
U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Ajo station seized more than 3,000 pounds of marijuana during three separate incidents within the last 72 hours. The combined value of the marijuana is estimated at $2.5 million.
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Jury Convicts Pakistani Citizen of Conspiring to Support the Taliban and Unlawful Possession of Firearms
After a three-day trial, a federal jury has convicted Adnan Mirza, 33, of all nine counts in an indictment arising from his efforts to provide support and funds to the Taliban, U.S. Attorney José Angel Moreno announced. Mirza, a citizen of Pakistan, had entered the United States on a student visa and was attending a local community college in 2005 and 2006 when he committed the offenses for which he was convicted.
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When Special Agent Rick M. deployed to Afghanistan for temporary duty in 2004, only a handful of FBI personnel were assigned to the war theater, and the Bureau had no formal training program to prepare them for the experience.
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Role Players Provide Key Training Lessons
Enter the tiny, fictional village of West Sangan on this sprawling training base and you'll encounter a world about as far removed from western Louisiana as one can imagine. The village, one of 22 dotting the Joint Readiness Training Center, looks as if it's been plucked like Dorothy's house in "The Wizard of Oz" from one of the most isolated regions of Afghanistan and transplanted deep within a Louisiana pine forest.
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Personnel recovery team lives up to its motto
“These things we do, that others may live." That s the motto for the Airmen of the 64th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron who operate and maintain Joint Base Balad's rescue helicopters.
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Friday, May 28, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 27, 2010

Seeking Public’s Help Locating Fugitive

Exercises Will Aim to Stabilize Korean Tensions
Upcoming training exercises for the U.S. and South Korean militaries following North Korea's sinking of a South Korean navy ship are designed to help in controlling and stabilizing the situation, not to escalate tensions, the top U.S. military officer said yesterday during a visit to Colorado Springs, Colo. Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told reporters at Peterson Air Force Base that the exercises are part of "strong measures" to address North Korea's sinking of the frigate Cheonan on March 26. The attack left 46 South Korean sailors dead.

Old Guard Soldiers Put 'Flags In' at Arlington Cemetery
More than 1,500 servicemembers from the "Old Guard" and other ceremonial units gathered at Arlington National Cemetery today for a sacred ritual marking the start of the Memorial Day weekend observance.

Mullen Presses for Cyber Leadership at All Levels
Cyberspace "will change how we fight" in the next 20 years, the nation's top military officer said here yesterday as he challenged leaders at all levels to understand the threats and help to posture the military to deal with them.

Obama: Guardsmen Can Aid Intelligence, Interdiction at Border
An agreement to send hundreds of additional National Guardsmen to the southwestern U.S. border is one part of a comprehensive approach needed for immigration reform, President Barack Obama said today.

Opposing Force Puts Deploying Troops to Test
For the soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division's 4th Brigade Combat Team, Army Spc. Kevin Pemberton is the bane of their existence.He's the face of the insurgency they will face when they deploy to Afghanistan this summer – an ever-adapting enemy that seemingly will stop at nothing to kill coalition and Afghan troops, instill fear in the population and, ultimately, derail Afghan progress.

Smugglers Abandon Almost One Ton of Drugs After Roll Over
U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Rio Grande City Station seized 128 bundles of marijuana this afternoon from a rolled-over vehicle.

Guardsman Creates With Metal
 Just as some look at a blank canvas and imagine art, Army Sgt. Theodore Sweet looks at a piece of metal and sees innovations. With the creativity of a sculptor and the weathered hands of a metal worker, he uses his workshop as his studio and scrap metal as his canvas to create everything from brackets to bed frames.

The Only Thing that Matters is Duty

The Global Fight Against Child Exploitation
Key partners in the global battle against child exploitation gathered today at a meeting hosted by the Department of Justice. Representatives from the United Kingdom, Australia met with officials from the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security, as well as representatives from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. An official from Canada participated in the meeting by phone.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 26, 2010

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Man Admits Attempting to Use a Weapon of Mass Destruction to Bomb Skyscraper in Downtown Dallas
Hosam Maher Husein Smadi pleaded guilty today before U.S. District Judge Barbara M. G. Lynn to a felony offense related to his attempted bombing of a downtown Dallas skyscraper in September 2009, announced David Kris, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, U.S. Attorney James T. Jacks of the Northern District of Texas, and Robert E. Casey Jr., Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Dallas Field Division.

Wisconsin Guard members join salute to Vietnam veterans
More than 300 Wisconsin National Guard Soldiers and Airmen joined a statewide effort to honor the service and sacrifice of thousands of Vietnam veterans, thank them and welcome them home.

Soldier Relates to Iraqis' Hopes
May 26, 2010 - The struggles of the Iraqi people to build a functioning democracy have been compared to the efforts of the American people during the Revolutionary War. This connection is especially strong for Army Spc. Scott D. Warren, a military police soldier serving here, who said he is a direct descendant of Army Maj. Gen. Joseph Warren, hero in America's war for independence.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 25, 2010

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These are just a very few of the children who are far away from home tonight. Please take a minute to look at all the faces on our Kidnapping and Missing Persons webpage and see if you can identify Trenton, Allyson, and Georgina, or any of the other children listed there with their stories.

The thin blue line was bent but not broken

Yeoman Displays Positive Attitude
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Kevin Clark says his flag staff office job at U.S. Naval Forces Central Command here is comparable to "working in the stock market on Wall Street." His fast-paced duties as a yeoman include military correspondence, clerical work, office management, travel coordination, supply work and career counseling.

Workplace Changes Must Have 'Net Generation' in Mind
The federal workplace has to adapt to a looming personnel issue that federal managers ignore at the country's peril, the Defense Department's deputy chief information officer said.

Army Reaches 1 Million Unmanned Flight Hours
The Army today celebrated its recent attainment of 1 million hours of unmanned flight with an aircraft display and news conference at the Pentagon's courtyard. The milestone officially was reached April 14 with missions flown in the U.S. Central Command area of operations.

National Institute of Justice Technology Institute for Corrections

NIJ Duty Holster Standard for Law Enforcement
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is seeking comments on two draft documents for duty holsters used by the law enforcement community.

Brothers Charged with Guiding Illegal Deer Hunts in Southwestern Kansas

May 25, 2010 - WASHINGTON – A federal grand jury in Wichita, Kan., returned a 23-count felony indictment charging two brothers with conspiracy and wildlife trafficking stemming from the illegal sale of guided deer hunts, the Justice Department announced.

The indictment charges James Bobby Butler Jr., 41, with conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act, 18 substantive violations of the Lacey Act, and three counts of obstruction of justice. His brother, Marlin Jackson Butler, 35, is charged with conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act and twelve substantive violations of the Lacey Act. Both men are from Martinsville, exas.

The Lacey Act is a federal law that makes it illegal to knowingly transport or sell in interstate commerce any wildlife taken or possessed in violation of state law or regulation.

The indictment alleges that from 2005 to 2008, James and Marlin Butler conspired together to knowingly transport and sell in interstate commerce deer that had been hunted in violation of Kansas state law. In particular, the brothers are alleged to have operated a guiding service and hunting camp in Comanche County, Kan., at which they sold guiding services to out-of-state hunters for the purpose of illegally hunting and killing white-tailed deer and mule deer.

According to the indictment, hunters guided by the Butler brothers killed deer in excess of annual bag limits, hunted deer without permits or using permits for the wrong deer management unit, killed deer using illegal equipment, and hunted using prohibited methods such as spotlighting. In addition to selling their guiding services, the brothers are further alleged to have arranged for transport of the deer, or parts of the deer, particularly the antlers, from Kansas to Texas.

The indictment alleges that hunters paid approximately $2,500-$3,500 to hunt using archery equipment, and approximately $5,000 to hunt with a rifle.

The indictment further alleges that James Butler instructed others to destroy or conceal evidence and to lie to investigators, and that he himself lied to investigators during the investigation.

An indictment is merely an accusation, and a defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

The maximum penalty for a felony violation of the Lacey Act includes up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. The maximum penalty for the obstruction charges includes up to 20 years in prison and $250,000 fine.

The case was investigated by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The case is being prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Kansas and the Justice Department’s Environmental Crimes Section.

Monday, May 24, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 24, 2010

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Corruption in Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan
Since the inception of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan in 2002, the United States government has privatized hundreds of functions that were conducted by military personnel in previous contingency operations and, in the process, has spent over $770 billion on private contractors.
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U.S. Navy Destroyer Locates Pirated Vessel
The USS McFaul, a U.S. Navy Arleigh-Burke class destroyer, located the pirated M/V Iceberg I off the coast of Somalia with up to 50 pirates and more than 20 crew members on board.
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101st 'Currahee' Brigade Prepares for Afghanistan Deployment
For troops seeking the most realistic training experience possible before deploying to Afghanistan, most wouldn't expect to find it within the pine forests of western Louisiana. But here at the Joint Readiness Training Center, that's exactly what the 101st Airborne Division's 4th Brigade Combat Team is realizing, as it goes through a rehearsal exercise designed to build on its strengths and identify any shortcomings before the deployment.
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Top Enlisted Airman Addresses Quality-of-Life Issues
As Air Force leaders work to improve the quality of life for airmen and their families, suicide prevention is among their top priorities, the service's top enlisted airman said. The suicide rate for all four services in 2009 was higher than the national average, defense officials said. The Air Force reported 41 suicides among active-duty airmen in 2009.
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National Missing Children’s Day, Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Museums Offer Free Admission to Military Families
Active duty servicemembers and their families will gain free access to hundreds of museums throughout the nation this summer, thanks to a partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts and Blue Star Families. More than 600 museums in 50 states and the District of Columbia have signed up so far to participate in Operation Appreciation: Blue Star Museums. The program offers active duty servicemembers -- including activated Guard and Reserve -- and up to five of their immediate family members free admission to participating museums from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
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Robbery of U.S. Bank Branch in Bloomington
On Friday, May 21, 2010, at approximately 3:00 p.m., the US Bank located at 5149 West 9th Street, Bloomington, Minnesota, was robbed by a lone individual.
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Sea Services Release Naval Operations Concept 2010

National Veterans Golden Age Games set to begin
Hundreds of veterans from around the nation are making their way to Des Moines, Iowa, to compete in the 24th National Veterans Golden Age Games, the largest annual sports competition of its kind in the world. The events run from May 26 through 31.

Mass fatality training integrates Air Guard recovery teams
One of the key functions of the Regional Mass Fatality Management Training Evolution was to develop and evaluate protocol for integration of Air National Guard Fatality Search and Recovery Teams May 10 at the Army Reserve Center/Jersey City Police Facility.

Friday, May 21, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 21, 2010

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Mexican Mafia Trial
Jury Convicts Three of RICO Conspiracy in Texas Mexican Mafia Trial Conspiracy Charge Alleges Responsibility for 22 San Antonio-Area Murders
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Defense Fellow Helps Give Barbie a New Career
Dr. Erin Fitzgerald is a AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow in the Basic Science Office within the Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering in the Department of Defense, where she develops strategic plans for future basic research investments.
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Father, Daughter Return From Iraq
It's difficult for any leader to send someone into harm's way, but it's especially hard when that someone is your daughter. Army 1st Sgt. Robert Hempstead, first sergeant for the Indiana National Guard's 1313th Engineer Company, knows what that's like. The company, based in Columbus, Ind., recently returned from a tour in Iraq, and Hempstead's daughter, Crystal, is one of the unit's soldiers.
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Massive Drug Trafficking Enterprise Busted in East Texas: 44 in Custody on Federal Drug Charges
U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced a combined task force led by the Texas Department of Public Safety Criminal Investigation Division began arresting individuals charged with involvement in a methamphetamine manufacturing and distribution criminal enterprise on May 19-20, 2010 in the Panola, Rusk, Gregg, Upshur, Marion, and Cherokee Counties, Texas areas. Those arrests continued through today with agents and officers executing approximately 50 federal arrest warrants. Eighteen defendants have previously been arrested on similar charges in recent months.
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Army Forces Cyber Command Headquarters Standup Plan Announced
May 21, 2010 - The Army announced today that it intends to establish a new Army Forces Cyber Command (ARFORCYBER) Headquarters within the National Capital Region, no later than October 2010.
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DOD to Implement New Suspicious Activity Reporting System
The Department of Defense announced today that it will use the FBI-owned and maintained eGuardian suspicious activity reporting system as a long-term solution to ensure access to appropriate law enforcement related threat information in support of the department's missions.
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Chocolate-Covered Cocaine Discovered by CBP at JFK
S. Customs and Border Protection officers made an unexpected discovery when they inspected the bags of a U.S. citizen returning to the country from Colombia.

CBR Weapons and WMD Terrorism News, May 21, 2010

Mars Rover Update

Washington, D.C. Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Rob a Dunbar Armored Truck Carrying Over $2 Million in Cash Fired Three Rounds at the Truck; Entered a Home with Rifle in Effort to Obtain Getaway Car
May 21, 2010 - GREENBELT, MD—Toumani Touray Thomas, age 33, of Washington, D.C. pleaded guilty today to attempting to rob a Dunbar armored truck containing over $2 million in cash and firing a rifle during the robbery attempt.
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MS-13 Driver in 2007 Murder in Springfield Sentenced to Life in Prison
May 21, 2010 - ALEXANDRIA, VA—Carlos Bladimir Montoya, also known as "Ciego," 26, of Sterling, Va., was sentenced today to life plus a consecutive 120 months in prison for his role in the murder of a rival gang member on May 5, 2007.
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U.S. Attorney’s Office Launches New Task Force to Fight Financial Fraud
May 21, 2010 - RICHMOND—Federal and state officials today announced the creation of the Virginia Financial and Securities Fraud Task Force, an unprecedented partnership between criminal investigators and civil regulators to investigate and prosecute complex financial fraud cases in the nation and in Virginia.
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Thursday, May 20, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 20, 2010

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Federal Law Enforcement Memorial Service

Officials name SAIGE award winners

Cancer Survivor Ready to Fly

Forensic Science: DNA Backlog

Big Mystery: Jupiter Loses a Stripe

Does the Army take care soldiers they injured?

Departments Collaborate to Combat Sexual Assault

Hammond, Indiana Man Arrested for Chicago Bank Robbery

X-51A Waverider flight planned for May 25

33rd Rescue Squadron crew earns MacKay Trophy

FBI and BSO Release Photographs in Cooper City Bank Robbery

Camp Lejeune Military Working Dogs Get Energy Efficient Home

CBP Officers Uncover Nearly One Ton of Marijuana in False Trailer Floor

Report Concludes North Korea Sank South Korean Ship

Five Tactics for Civil Service Exams

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 19, 2010

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Terrorism, safety and situational awareness

Defining Leadership: Trying to Understand

Aviation History

All Fingers and Toes

Minnesota, Ohio Guard prepare to deploy with partners

Serial Robber Hits Second Suburban Bank

Anthrax-Hoax Defendant Pleads Guilty

Bilateral training teaches enlisted leaders to care for Airmen

Eagle Pass South Seizes Marijuana in Abandoned Milk Truck

First Student Takes Flight in T-6
South Side Bandit” Believed Responsible for Six Bank Robberies

Single Moms Juggle Military, Home Demands

Two EODMU-3 Sailors Receive Bronze Stars

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

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First American flies Mi-35 HIND in combat

U.S., Vietnam servicemembers continue humanitarian efforts

10 Must Do Actions Before Your Patrol Shift

Somali Pirate Pleads Guilty in Manhattan Federal Court to Maritime Hijackings, Kidnappings, and Hostage Takings

Pittsburgh-area Man Who Served as Armed Nazi Concentration Camp Guard Is Ordered Removed to Austria

Three-Day National Level Exercise Continues with Successful ‘Rendering Safe” of Improvised Nuclear Device at Los Angeles Coliseum

2nd International Swine Flu Conference

Air National Guard names 2010 Youth of the Year

Faisal Shahzad to Appear in Manhattan Federal Court

Sasebo Motorcyclists Stay Safe Through Training, Practice

Coordinator Provides Update on Oil Spill Response

Buddy's Concern Saves Soldier's Life

Saturday, May 15, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 15, 2010

Air Show Highlights Jointness

Warrior Games Closing Marks New Beginning

Wisconsin Air Guard may see slight boost in 2011
Defining Leadership

Preventing Body Armor Failure

Personal Protective Equipment Basic Requirements

American Heroes Press Streams Live

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 14, 2010

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Texas Guardsman Shoots for Gold at Warrior Games

ATF Posts 2009 Los Angeles Crime Gun Data

Gen Lorenz on Leadership -- Sustaining a wingman culture

NMCSD Staff Celebrate 102nd Nurse Corps Birthday

Cyber Forces, NETWARCOM Get New Commanders

Army Recalls 44,000 Combat Helmets

Army Chief Presents Medals at Warrior Games

Marines Roll Away With Wheelchair Basketball Gold

Air Force Spikers Take Warrior Games Bronze

Marines Earn Gold in Sitting Volleyball

Thursday, May 13, 2010

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American Heroes Press Top Stories May 13, 2010

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Army Releases April Suicide Data

Navy scientists investigate acoustics in the Gulf of Mexico

Grand Jury Returns Indictment Charging Members, Associates of Tongan Crip Gang with RICO, Other Violations
U.S. Marshals Recover Missing Girl and Arrest Man Charged in her Disappearance

FBI and St. James Deputies Seek Public’s Assistance in Identifying Bank Robber

FBI, Local Law Enforcement Search for Bank Robbery Suspect Tammy Hall

Two Men Charged with Additional Counts for the Racially-Motivated Arson of a Massachusetts Church

Secretary Napolitano Honors Law Enforcement During National Police Week

Hook and Ladder Run
Air Force Earns First Gold in Warrior Games

600 law enforcement officers coordinate strike against gang

FBI and San Diego Police Seek Public’s Assistance to Identify Man Who Robbed Bank Threatening Bomb
FBI Seeks Public’s Assistance to Identify the “Geezer Bandit”

Navy Chief Rescues Baby

Fundraiser to Benefit the VFW National Military Services
Space shuttle pilot speaks at Air Force Academy

Threats to United States Remain, Northcom Commander Says

Former Medic Participates in Warrior Games

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 12, 2010

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Public Safety Technology in the News

Del Rio Border Patrol Agents Seize Marijuana

Phony Phone Calls Distract Consumers from Genuine Theft

Wisconsin Soldier presented national leadership award at Pentagon

General Looks to Warrior Games' Future

Policy Official Notes Cybersecurity Challenges

Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Intelligence and Analysis

Air Guard security forces train as they fight

Former Stoughton Police Officer Sentenced for Obstruction of Justice and Making False Statements

Internet Gambling Payment Processor Pleads Guilty in Manhattan Federal Court to Illegal Gambling Offense

Serial Robbers Sentenced for Two Armed Bank Robberies and Armed Carjacking

CEO of BLIS International Group Sentenced for Embezzlement from an Employee Benefit Fund

DOD Announces Release of Net Generation Guide

Marine Publishes Book of Poetry

Marines Dominate in Early Competition at Warrior Games

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 11, 2010

Disabled Vets, Troops Compete in First Warrior Games

Honoring our Nation’s Law Enforcement

Annual Memorial Service Honors Fallen Special Agents

K-9 Retires at the Pembina Port of Entry

Soldier Escapes Death, Re-enlists

Warrior Games Airman attributes survival to active lifestyle

Former Airman Continues on Despite Illness

Internet Pharmacy Ring Dismantled

General Describes Effort to Counter Roadside Bombs
U.K. Firm Fined $2 Million After Pleading Guilty to Illegally Exporting Boeing 747 Aircraft to Iran

Canadian Man Pleads Guilty to Selling Counterfeit Cancer Drugs Using the Internet

Internet Crimes Against Children

Strategies to Fight Meth and Other Drugs

Free Text4baby Service for Moms and Moms-to-Be is Growing up Fast

Louisiana Guardsmen Continue Oil Spill Response

Soldier Aims for Gold at Warrior Games

Amputee Soldier Carries Torch at Warrior Games

Airman Attributes Survival to Lifestyle

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 10, 2010

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FBI Releases Preliminary Statistics for Law Enforcement Officers Killed in 2009

Peace Officers' Memorial Day
Marijuana Concealed in Toddler Chairs Highlights Enforcement Activity
Troops Seize Drugs, Fend Off Insurgents in Afghanistan

Guardsman Gears Up for Warrior Games
Former Governor of Mexican State Extradited
Dog tags connect families to loved ones
Phishing Scams Targeting Troops
Navy Hero Honored in New York
Westminster Bank Robbed
Barksdale Airmen test ability during exercise

Challenge Academy Open House

Saturday, May 8, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 7, 2010

Marine Makes Difference in Liberia

Robbery of the Citizens Bank Branch in Langhorne

Marijuana Load Seized in Las Milpas by Weslaco Agents

Serial Bank Robber Daniel Hodgins Robs Another Bank Today

Reward Offered for Information on Retail Gun Theft

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Homeland Security Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report for 7 May 2010

Warrior Games team completes training, ready to compete

Air Force program learns from Airmen

Vermont Soldiers celebrate Mother's Day in Afghanistan