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From our subscriber: This interesting read (Hey, I have days like this!) received from a USMC associate, includes a U.S. Secret Service nexus….and best of all, it’s true! DON’T SHOOT! WE’RE REPUBLICANS! A Bit of Naval History You May Not Know From November 1943, […]

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The Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) trains to protect America’s borders from terrorists, illegal immigrants, and all threats attempting to cross our nation’s borders. The United States Border Patrol trains, qualifies, and maintains some of the most highly skilled personnel within any governmental agency. […]

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Here’s an interesting bike ride video that took place on the 4th of July.  Unfortunately, we did not receive the link in time to be featured closer to the actual event but viewing the video later in no way loses […]

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Women have served in the military since the birth of America. This is atribute to the women who have served in the nation’s defense since the American revolution. Left out of the history books for far too long, the story […]

When military parents leave their children, many communication resources are available to keep them in contact. However, many find that keeping in touch can’t compare to the real, physical touch of parent at home. Operation Hug-A-Hero is trying to change that. […]

By ‘Doc Hutch’ As a Corpsman in green and not navy blue, I offer this poem from a Doc’s point of view. We’ve been honored by stories, poems and such By Marines we have served with and respected so much. […]

KUNAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Less than six months ago, U.S. Army Pfc. William A. Swaray’s drill sergeant at Fort Benning, Ga., gathered soon-to-be infantry men in a small room. The drill sergeant wanted the young soldiers to watch the movie […]

Here’s an e-mail from a lawyer friend of mine.  He gave me permission to publish it for all of our America In Uniform supporters. To all: In the performance of my menial job, I am required to examine Abstracts of Title to […]

This story comes courtesy of My Fox Tampa Bay.  SARASOTA – A U.S. Army soldier visiting family in the Bay Area is being called a hero. Staff Sgt. Eddie Peoples foiled a bank robbery in Sarasota. At around 2:30 p.m. […]

From Stripes.com The terrain was ideal for an ambush. “To our west and to our east was high cliff faces,” said Army Sgt. 1st Class Jonathan Clouse. “To the south was the entrance to the canyon that we had come […]

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