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Michael Glenn "Mike" Mullen (born October 4, 1946) is a retired United States Navy admiral, who served as the 17th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from October 1, 2007 to September...

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  • US lawmaker urges easing gun rules on bases after Fort Hood shooting

      News Source: GMA News | 13 days ago
    US lawmakers should look at arming commanders and easing restrictions for carrying weapons on military posts in the United States in the wake of a deadly shooting at the Fort Hood base in Texas, a prominent congressman said on Sunday. The remarks
  • Dems demand end to Benghazi probe

      News Source: Politico | 24 days ago
    All 17 Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee are demanding that Chairman Darrell Issa end his year-and-a-half probe into the Benghazi attacks, which left four Americans dead and have become a catchphrase signifying
  • Heinz signs deal with company to keep jobs in Leamington

      News Source: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation | 1 month ago
    Heinz Co. has signed a letter of intent with Highbury Canco Corp. to acquire the Heinz Leamington factory and become a contract packer for the food giant. We will continue to manufacture certain identified Heinz products and as well provide certain
  • Does Navy Map Alter the Benghazi Narrative?

      News Source: Canadian Free Press | 2 months ago
    If these military assets were actually not available to support Benghazi in the face of ongoing threats, we must ask, Why not?...Newly released information about the location of military assets on the night of the terrorist attacks in Benghazi in
  • MOTIVES QUESTIONED? Obama was 'suspicious' of military leaders, Gates says

      News Source: Fox | 3 months ago
    Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he always felt President Obama was respectful of senior military leaders, but at the same time was suspicious of their motives and seemed to feel pressure to from them to adopt their recommendations. However,
  • Gates says he felt Obama respected military leaders, but was ‘suspicious of ...

      News Source: Fox News | 3 months ago
    Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he always felt President Obama was respectful of senior military leaders, but at the same time was suspicious of their motives and seemed to feel pressure to from them to adopt their recommendations. However,
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      News Source: Sacramento Bee | 3 months ago
    Pig Bowl fundraising revs up with annual crab feed The Pig Bowl's annual Crab and Shrimp Feed fundraiser takes place Saturday at the Scottish Rite Temple, 6151 H St. Sacramento, and serves as the kickoff event for what will be the 40th Guns & Hoses
  • For Obama, tough task of soothing Pakistan relationship

      News Source: USA Today | 6 months ago
    With Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif set to visit the White House on Wednesday, President Obama is hoping to make progress on rebuilding a rocky relationship between the two countries. That relationship hit its nadir nearly two years ago in


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