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Bill Cobbs has had the honor of dually serving his county both as a Marine and as a soldier in the Army. You can't go from any other branch to the Marines, but if you been in the Marines you can go to any other branch without any other additional
A New Jersey man is suing Morgan State University in Maryland for an alleged attack by a would-be cannibal he says school officials knew had mental problems. Joshua Ceasar, 23, of Egg Harbor Township, N.J., was visiting friends on the campus last May
Carvers Bay High School has been arrested by the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office in connection with an assault and battery that happened at the school Wednesday, according to a news release from the sheriff's office. Phillip Welsh, 47, has been
Corps Commander Friday, Jan 25 at Gulf Breeze High School in a ceremony at the awards night...Torrey was accepted at Embrey-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach Florida with a $10,000 per year scholarship from that University.
Collier County at Gulf Coast High School on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 in Naples, Fla. McCaffery spoke about his history working as an Army General and provided students with information about factors for effective leadership...Barry McCaffrey addressed a
Gunmen used pepper spray, had gun in heist Three masked men robbed one of Frederick's oldest and most recognizable businesses at gunpoint Tuesday, pepper spraying employees as they smashed a jewelry case and made off with its contents in a 50-second
Ill. (AP) Illinois State University senior Jillian Jones knew she wanted to be a nurse, but she didn't decide to be an Army nurse until a visit to Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio near the end of her freshman year. She
Kansas students are required to earn one physical education credit to graduate.
Army and university officials say the program ranks third in the nation with its enrollment jump from 73 to 229 male and female cadets. The Reserve Officer Training Corps is one of the Army's primary tools for turning everyday college students into
The lonely warble of Taps floated across the courtyard, as flags at half-mast fluttered, and people in uniform and out wiped their eyes. It's very emotional," said Jim Montgomery, class of 1962, who returns for EKU's Veterans Day celebration every