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Here's how screening for coronavirus works

The screening process, among America’s first lines of defense against an outbreak, has been repeated over and over again at Sea-Tac and the 10 other airports designated to handle incoming Americans who might have been exposed.


McConnell Air Force Base finds high levels of chemical made famous in ‘Erin Brockovich’

More than 50 McConnell Air Force Base personnel may have been exposed to the chemical, an October memo warned. A November test found that an airman had been exposed to levels almost six times higher than the permissible exposure limits set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

As the Navy grows, San Diego County's National City embraces the needs of sailors

While developers usually like to build profit-making condos and one-bedroom apartments, KirE Builders has found a niche in National City's housing market: two-bedroom apartments, sought by Navy sailors.


Former intelligence analyst admits to leaking classified material to reporters

Henry Kyle Frese, 31, of Alexandria, Virginia, was in a romantic relationship with a journalist, according to prosecutors, and passed information on Chinese and Russian weapons systems to her and a colleague in 2018 and 2019.


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Alabama man seeking relatives of Sgt. Maj. killed in Vietnam

Vietnam veteran Jim Waitzman Jr. is searching for the family of Sgt. Maj. Griffith Alfred Jones in advance of the 50th anniversary of a helicopter crash that killed 10 service members in Central Vietnam on May 12, 1970.



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As the Navy grows, San Diego County's National City embraces the needs of sailors

While developers usually like to build profit-making condos and one-bedroom apartments, KirE Builders has found a niche in National City's housing market: two-bedroom apartments, sought by Navy sailors.


Army seeks hundreds more homes for troops at Hohenfels

The Army has asked the German government to help it find hundreds of homes near Hohenfels to house the growing number of troops coming to the training area, officials said this week.


A Marine captured the famous Iwo Jima flag raising on film. The original hasn’t been seen in 75 years.

Marine Corps Sgt. Bill Genaust filmed the raising of the American Flag during the World War II battle of Iwo Jima. But 75 years later, Genaust’s original “in camera” color film has been lost.


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As the Navy grows, San Diego County's National City embraces the needs of sailors

While developers usually like to build profit-making condos and one-bedroom apartments, KirE Builders has found a niche in National City's housing market: two-bedroom apartments, sought by Navy sailors.


Army seeks hundreds more homes for troops at Hohenfels

The Army has asked the German government to help it find hundreds of homes near Hohenfels to house the growing number of troops coming to the training area, officials said this week.


A Marine captured the famous Iwo Jima flag raising on film. The original hasn’t been seen in 75 years.

Marine Corps Sgt. Bill Genaust filmed the raising of the American Flag during the World War II battle of Iwo Jima. But 75 years later, Genaust’s original “in camera” color film has been lost.



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