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Travel Habits Prompt Conflict Of Interest Concerns

Posted: 06/10/2009 - Pentagon employees have received millions of dollars in free travel and lodging from foreign countries, trade groups and companies with an interest in shaping policies or doing business with the U.S. military.

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Lejeune Marines Fanning Out Across Afghanistan

Posted: 06/08/2009 - Some 7,000 new U.S. troops ordered to Afghanistan by President Barack Obama are fanning out across the country's dangerous south on a mission to defeat an increasingly violent Taliban insurgency.

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Major Problems Found In War Spending

Posted: 06/07/2009 - The 111-page report, obtained by The Associated Press, documents poor management, weak oversight, and a failure to learn from past mistakes as recurring themes in wartime contracting.

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NC Troops Participating In D-Day Observance

Posted: 06/10/2009 - Troops from North Carolina bases are participating in the final day of the observance of the 65th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of France.

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Soldiers Return to Fort Bragg

Updated: 06/06/2009 - After 15 months, 30 soldiers from the 528TH medical detachment and 64 soldiers from the 602ND area support medical company are scheduled to return to Fort Bragg today.

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Camp Lejeune Marine Killed In Iraq

Updated: 06/06/2009 - The 22-year-old Lance Corporal died June 5 as a result of a non-hostile incident in Anbar province, Iraq.

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Report: US Weighs Guilty Pleas In Some 9/11 Cases

Posted: 06/06/2009 - A plan under consideration by the Obama administration would permit Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, detainees facing the death penalty to plead guilty without a full trial, it has been reported.

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Slain Military Recruiter Honored

Posted: 06/05/2009 - Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe has directed that flags fly at half-staff on Monday to honor Pvt. William Long, a soldier who was fatally shot outside an Army-Navy recruiting center this week.

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Remembering A War Hero

Updated: 06/04/2009 - Sunday marks the 40th anniversary of the youngest U.S. serviceman, a native of Goldsboro in Wayne County, to die in Vietnam.

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Army Practice Did Not Violate Regulations

Posted: 06/04/2009 - A military inspector general's investigation has determined that the Army's practice of sending unlicensed psychologists to Iraq did not violate regulations.

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Military Trade Show

Posted: 06/03/2009 - About 100 vendors and their wares are meeting military buyers at a trade show at a North Carolina military base.

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US Looks For Saudi Help In Afghanistan, Pakistan

Posted: 06/03/2009 - The United States, grappling with how to counter the spread of Taliban militants on both sides of the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, is turning to Saudi Arabia for help. But so far the kingdom seems wary of diving into the thorny conflict.

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Coast Guard Rescues Three People

Posted: 05/31/2009 - A rescue helicopter crew from Air Station Elizabeth City, N.C., and boat crews from the Virginia Marine Police and the Virginia Beach Fire Department also searched for the boat.

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Obama Urges Halt To 'Drift' In Mideast Peace Talks

Posted: 05/29/2009 - Deepening his involvement in the quest for a difficult peace, President Barack Obama is pushing a reluctant Israel to halt settlement construction in the West Bank while urging the Palestinians to be more accepting of their Israeli neighbors.

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