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Monday, August 2, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories August 2, 2010

Army Casualty
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Suicide Solution Involves Leadership, Mullen Says
While no easy answers exist to a military suicide problem that has reached "crisis level," a big part of the solution is tied to leadership, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said today.
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National Guard Ramps Up Southwest Border Support
National Guard troops in four states are in training today as they prepare to join colleagues already supporting Border Patrol agents on the nation's Southwest border.
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Arctic Voyage Completed: What’s Next for ICESCAPE Researchers?
Tonight I looked out of my porthole and saw something that I hadn’t seen in weeks – darkness. The unexpected view jolted me into the realization that the first ICESCAPE journey is near its end. Our last station is behind us, and we are steaming south for home. What did we accomplish during our 30 days of sampling in the Chukchi Sea? We won’t know for sure until we get back to our labs and analyze the thousands of samples we have accumulated.
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American and Guyanese Citizens Convicted of Conspiracy to Launch Attack at JFK Airport
Following a six-week jury trial, Russell Defreitas and Abdul Kadir were convicted today in the Eastern District of New York of conspiring to attack John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens, New York, by exploding fuel tanks and the fuel pipeline under the airport.
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National Strategy for Child Exploitation Prevention and Interdiction
The FBI remains committed to fighting child exploitation. We use a three-pronged approach to direct our efforts to have the greatest impact on the child exploitation threat.
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CSAF: Legacy of Tuskegee Airmen lives on in today's Airmen
The red jackets of the Tuskegee Airmen remain as distinctive today as the red tail markings on the aircraft they flew during World War II.
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Our Forgotten Warriors to Launch Community Reintegration Facility
August 2, 2010, Carol Blake CEO of Our Forgotten Warriors (OFW) announced that caring for our wounded warriors the right way and helping them get back into their community after injury is long overdue.
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Police Officer Biographies
These police officers turned authors have written true life stories about being a police officer on their department; or, in some cases a few departments.
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