DEA Heads First-Ever Nationwide Prescription Drug Take-Back Day
The Drug Enforcement Administration and government, community, public health and law enforcement partners today announced a nationwide prescription drug “Take-Back” initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft. DEA will be collecting potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs for destruction at sites nationwide o n Saturday, September 25 th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. local time.
CBP Officer Saves Child from Choking
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer at the Mariposa Port of Entry came to the aid of a 4-year old child, who was choking.
TAPS Mentors Support Families of Fallen
The day Scott Warner saw Marines standing at his front door, his world came to a crashing halt. The servicemembers told Warner that his son, Marine Pvt. Heath Warner, had been killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq's Anbar province.
McConnell Airman helps save 8-year-old's life
A McConnell Air Force Base Airman saved an 8-year-old girl from drowning recently while on a canoeing trip with his church at the Buffalo River in Arkansas.
Last Full Combat Brigade Leaves Iraq in Convoy
Through the dusty driver's side window, Army Pfc. Thomas Johnson could see the final stretch of dirt road leading to the border
Army Couple Teaches Life-Saving Skills
Making sure all 5,200 soldiers in the 103rd Sustainment Command's 3rd Sustainment Brigade, are qualified in combat lifesaving is a daunting task, but Army Spc. Joshua Fillingane and his wife, Army Spc. Andrea Fillingane, make it look easy.
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