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Monday, September 23, 2019

2 Army Medics KIA In IRAQ, Sgt. Emilio Campo Jr, Spc. Robert P. Hartwick

We lost 2 Heroes in the attack in Iraq earlier this week. It has been a while since we have lost “ANYONE” in this godforsaken land, but to lose 2 Doc’s in one attack, hits all of us hard. Sometimes I wish we could evac everyone out in these 2 places and drop a glass […]

Stephen Colbert in IRAQ last week supporting the Troops!! BZ!!

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Iraq: U.S. Fighters to be Disarmed???

WTF?? If this is what is going to happen, it is time to get our folks out of that god forsaken crap hole ASAP.  I don’t want any of our folks there if they cannot fire back or carry a weapon. From the AP, Read Below: BAGHDAD — Iraq’s government is grateful to U.S.-allied Sunni […]

3rd 4th of July in Iraq..

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Corpsman overcomes odds, achieves life-long goal

5/27/2008 By Pfc. Jerry Murphy , Regimental Combat Team 1 Habbaniyah, Iraq — Habbaniyah, Iraq (May 27, 2008) – When he first had thoughts of joining the military, 42-year-old Petty Officer Second Class 2nd Class Adam F. Kinney, a hospital corpsman with Company E, 2nd Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 1, was laughed […]

Ring Ring…. Ring Ring….VA to call Iraq, Afghanistan veterans

From NAVYTimes The Associated Press Posted : Friday Apr 25, 2008 8:20:39 EDT WASHINGTON — Iraq and Afghanistan veterans: Get ready for a phone call. The Department of Veterans Affairs said Thursday that on May 1, it will start calling 570,000 recent combat veterans to make sure they know what services are available to them. […]

Campaign stars approved for Afghan, Iraq deployments

April 20, 2008 by  
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Staff report Posted : Saturday Apr 19, 2008 6:52:31 EDT Service members who have been on multiple deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq are now eligible to wear campaign stars on their Afghanistan or Iraq campaign medals. The Department of Defense approved on April 16 the wearing of campaign stars. Information on applying to wear the […]

FIRST NAVY WOMAN IN THE HOSPITAL CORPS

Women had served in the Hospital Corps since January, 1943, but all were members of the Waves, or Women’s Reserve, U. S. Naval Reserve. Most of these women had previous medical experience and were not sent to one of the Navy’s five Hospital Corps schools. A sixth school specifically for women was then opened in […]