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American Heroes Press Top Stories July 23, 2010

Army Casualty
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Navy Chief Returns to Homeland After 17 Years to Support Exercise Sea Breeze 2010
A chief petty officer supporting exercise Sea Breeze 2010 as an interpreter had the unique opportunity to return to his homeland. Chief Cryptologic Technician (Interpretative) (CTIC) Dimtry Sokol left Ukraine 17 years ago for a new life in the United States.
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Guardian of the Week – LCDR Elizabeth Booker
The pressures of military service can exacerbate the unique challenges women face, especially motherhood. Our Guardian of the Week has worked tirelessly as a leader and mentor to bring awareness to these areas within the Coast Guard aviation community.
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Army Jumpmaster Earns Coveted Master Parachutist Wings
Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Michael Sanders, a 43-year-old senior interrogator with the XVIII Airborne Corps here, battled a bad knee to earn the coveted master parachutist wings, the highest-level airborne skills award, other than the combat parachutists badge.
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Law Enforcement Partnerships Help Reunite Mother and Son
Within minutes of receiving a lookout that originated with the Houston Police Department, U.S. Border Patrol agents from the New Orleans Sector located a reported missing child on Thursday, June 22.
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1095 Police Officers
When we started working on Los Angeles Police Officers who had written books, we realized that many state and local police officers have shared their talent, experience and knowledge through books. As of June 22, 2010 this site lists 1095 state and local law enforcement officials from 466 state and local law enforcement agencies who have written 2398 books.
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