American Heroes Press Top Stories June 14, 2010

Army Casualties

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Army Casualties

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Army Casualty

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Air Force MIAS from Vietnam War are Identified

On April 6, 1972, six airmen were flying a combat search and rescue mission in their HH-53C Super Jolly Green Giant helicopter over Quang Tri Province in South Vietnam when they were hit by enemy ground fire and crashed.

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Flag Day Honors American Ideals, Sacrifices

Military personnel at Dover Air Force Base, Del., performed their duties with solemn respect over the past several weeks as U.S. servicemembers killed in Afghanistan returned to U.S. soil. Military “carry teams” marched in slow, measured steps as they carried their fallen comrades from the aircraft and transferred them to awaiting mortuary transfer vehicles.

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FBI Expands Search for “Over the Hill Bandit”

Robert D. Grant, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Chicago office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is asking for the public’s help in identifying the individual depicted in the below wanted flyer, who is believed responsible for the armed robbery of two (2) west suburban banks and the attempted robbery of a third since April of this year.

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Gates Cites Leaders’ Responsibilities at Army Birthday Event

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates helped to celebrate the Army’s 235th birthday today at a Pentagon courtyard ceremony and imparted a message for its leadership to always make time to listen to what their troops have to say. “There are many downsides to [Defense Secretary], but one of the things I truly look forward to is any chance I have to meet soldiers and their families,” Gates said. “Every stop I make anywhere will include troop talks or town halls, so that I can hear honestly how things are going.

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FBI Releases Files on Edward “Ted” M Kennedy   

Edward “Ted” Moore Kennedy served as U.S. senator for the state of Massachusetts from November 7, 1962 until his death. He was a long-time leader in the Democrat Party and candidate for that party’s presidential nomination. During his senate tenure, Kennedy served in several senior leadership positions, including stints as the chair of the Judiciary Committee, the Labor and Human Resource Committee, and the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee.

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Father’s Day

A gift for your hero on Father’s Day


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