American Heroes Press Top Stories September 28, 2010

Army Casualties

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Firefighter Fatality

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More NATO Trainers Needed in Afghanistan, General Says

More NATO trainers are needed to train Afghanistan’s soldiers and police to support the coalition’s strategy to turn over security responsibilities to the Afghans, the commander of the NATO Training Mission in Afghanistan told the alliance Military Committee yesterday.

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Fugitive Safe Surrender Comes Back Home to Cleveland and Sets New National Record 

Fugitive Safe Surrender was brought back home to Cleveland and in a four-day period 7,431 fugitives surrendered and took advantage of the Fugitive Safe Surrender program held September 22nd through 25th at Mt. Zion Church in Oakwood Village, Ohio setting a new national record for surrenders in the program.

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Chief of Navy Reserve Presents Awards Honoring Civilian Employers

Hampton Roads area employers were presented awards during a ceremony at Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Norfolk aboard Joint Expeditionary Base (JEB) Little Creek-Fort Story Sept. 27.

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FBI Offers Reward of up to $50,000 for Information Leading to Arrest of Home Invasion and Bank Robbery Subjects

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of any individuals known to be involved in a related home invasion and bank robbery on Friday, September 24, 2010.

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Police Casualties and Terrorism: Lessons Learned Overseas

During 2004, 1,080 police officers were killed by terrorists and another 1,370 police officers were wounded by terrorists outside the US.  Table one represents the number of officers killed and wounded versus the total number of people killed and wounded.  The data seems to suggest that police officers who are victims of a terrorist act are much more likely to be killed (as opposed to wounded) than civilians who are victims of a terrorist act.

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