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Alexander, want you to be the first to step forward and help them form a Las Vegas area base, or chapter, for the national nonprofit U.S...While they are both members of the local Special Forces Association Chapter 51, they believe there are hundreds
Durango Herald As a Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train steams to Silverton, Rail Ranger Stephen Studebaker speaks to passengers about the history and fauna surrounding them in the Animas Valley. A s Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge
To commemorate his new role, Gabriel was given a plaque, park badges and a flag, and he couldn't have been more thrilled. 'He was so happy and just so in the moment. He impressed me beyond belief' She added that he'd never been to Yosemite before, so
Today is the 70th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy during World War II, but a speech given on its 40th anniversary by President Ronald Reagan is one that everyone should hear. Standing on top of a cliff on the northern coast of France,
It was a dramatic moment in a 30-year career that culminated May 18 in Havicon's appointment as the county's chief park ranger. In his new job, Havicon oversees 17 rangers covering 15,000 acres of land across 32 recreation areas. The rangers hold the
France Max Cleland was the keynote speaker but not the reason for the occasion...Senator from Georgia, now in charge of America's overseas military cemeteries and memorials, dedicated a new visitors center at Pointe du Hoc in Normandy, he addressed
John Havicon, who started his career with county parks as a seasonal worker, replaces Stan Lumsden, who retired. Havicon started as a seasonal park ranger in 1985 and served as a supervisor for 10 years before his recent promotion...The rangers have
At age 92, John Bellows moves slowly with a walker to get around the apartment he shares with his wife, Florence, in The Leopold Retirement Residence. But in his prime, Bellows was a specially trained soldier, one of 3,000 initial members of the U.S.
Training ranges and skies over Fort Benning will be busy with aircraft overhead and Rangers on the ground as part of a joint training exercise. In addition to activity at Fort Benning and near the Columbus area, the routine training also will be at
Of course, members of his audience didn't know that the long-awaited invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe was at hand, but some GIs, sensing something was up, had asked Consul Wilfred Gallienne to deliver greetings to loved ones. According to the Tribune'