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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories May 25, 2010

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College Degree

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.

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