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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

American Heroes Press Top Stories August 3, 2010

Fallen Heroes
A new law enforcement poem.
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Security Monster Mash
Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 7 held its quarterly Monster Mash exercise to test its Sailors physically and mentally at U.S. Naval Base Guam (NBG) July 30.
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Honor, dignity and grace: USAF honor guard trains Tyndall Airmen
A slow procession of Airmen dressed in immaculate blue uniforms carries a large wooden box with a flag draped over the top. A trumpet sounds. Shots ring out. Carefully, the Airmen fold the flag, salute it and present it.
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Wisconsin Soldier competes among Army Guard's best warriors
A Wisconsin Soldier was among 14 of the Army National Guard's top Soldiers and non-commissioned officers to compete in the annual Best Warrior competition here at the Warrior Training Center last week.
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1225 Servicemembers and 3913 books
Many of the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces have become great writers. Indeed, who better to tell the story of combat; explain military doctrine, tactics or leadership. But more than that, others service members have written wonderful fiction, biographies, history and other military books.
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