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#9 Army Rally Falls Short At Colgate, 13-11

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Resources, Sports and Recreation by clevine

Colgate capitalized on four of its five extra-man chances, scored a man-down goal and held off a fourth quarter Army rally as the Raiders ended the Black Knights' six-game win streak by way of a 13-11 Patriot League victory on Saturday afternoon at Andy Kerr Stadium.

NATO strikes on Libya echo Serbia conflict

This post was originally published by Military Times - News

April 2, 2011 in Air Force by clevine

BELGRADE, Serbia — NATO war planes hit tanks with deadly precision, with the aim of degrading a despot’s army and leveling the playing field for a ragtag rebel force. In many ways, the air strikes on Libya mirror the Western alliance’s Serbia campaign 12 years ago.

Patriot Guard Riders expand mission

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force by clevine

Mario Chavez is adamant about a lot of things. One is that he and his fellow members of the Patriot Guard Riders do not want to be forever defined strictly in the context of their opposition to the Westboro Baptists.

W. Lacrosse. Women’s Lacrosse Suffers Road Loss at Holy Cross, 11-10

This post was originally published by Navy general news

April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Resources, Sports and Recreation by clevine

Navy (9-4, 2-1 PL) suffered an 11-10 loss at Holy Cross (4-9, 1-2 PL) in women's lacrosse on Saturday afternoon. The loss is Navy's second in a row and third over the past four games.

Organizers work to make Albert Lea a Yellow Ribbon City

This post was originally published by Minnesota National Guard News

April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Camp Riley by clevine

Published 1:11pm Saturday, April 2, 2011 The final pieces of a plan aimed at making Albert Lea a Yellow Ribbon City were finalized Friday with the signature of the city's mayor. The plan, which includes support from city leadership, various businesses, medical providers, church leaders, school officials, volunteers and others, will nexat be sent to Gov. Mark Dayton for final approval.

Live Lacrosse Blog: #9 Army at Colgate

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Resources, Sports and Recreation by clevine

Click here to read an in-game blog from today's pivotal Patriot League showdown between No. 9 Army and Colgate.

W. Crew. Navy Women’s Rowing Places Third Against Princeton and Rutgers

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Resources, Sports and Recreation by clevine

The Navy women's rowing team continued its early-season slate on Saturday, competing against Rutgers and Princeton in New Brunswick, N.J.

Pilot identifiziert nach A-10 Absturz

This post was originally published by Spangdahlem Air Base - Spangdahlem Top Stories

April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Bitburg Annex (Spangdahlem Air Base), Germany, Spangdahlem Air Base by clevine

Ein Flugzeug des Typs A-10 Thunderbolt II ist gestern gegen ca. 16.00 Uhr örtlicher Zeit in ein offenes Feld außerhalb der Ortschaft Laufeld, nördlich der Stadt Wittlich, in der Eifel, abgestürzt.

Der Pilot, Oberstleutnant Scott Hurrelbrink von der 81. Flugstaffel, Flugplatz Spangdahlem, konnte sich mit dem Schleudersitz retten und erlitt leichte Verletzungen. Er wurde von der Absturzstelle in das Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Brüder, Trier, transportiert und befindet sich in guter Verfassung.
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Tax center a success near close of tax season

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Aviano Air Base, Italy by clevine

To date, Aviano Air Base's tax center helped customers file for nearly $2 million worth of returns this year, without costing customers a cent in preparation services.

Team Aviano members are reminded that the tax deadline is April 18.

"Filing your taxes on time is important because it will help you avoid or minimize the failure-to-file penalty, having a substitute return filed by the IRS, or the possibility of an audit," said Senior Airman Maria Williams, income tax advisor. "It is also important for military members to avoid becoming delinquent in filing your taxes, because not filing could affect your security clearance."
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Send-off for Minn. National Guard members (video)

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Camp Riley by clevine

Created: 04/02/2011 5:48 PM KSTP.com By: Lauren Radomski

NATO forces repel attack on Kabul base

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force by clevine

KABUL, Afghanistan — Three insurgents attacked a NATO base on the outskirts of Afghanistan’s capital Saturday but were killed by coalition forces before they could enter the compound, NATO and Afghan police said.

460 Minnesota Army National Guard Prepare To Deploy

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Camp Riley by clevine

Posted: Apr 02, 2011 7:22 PM Saturday, April 2, 2011 8:22 PM EST By Andrew Knaus, Reporter - email

Libya mission: U.S. eases off, Gadhafi holds on

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force by clevine

WASHINGTON — Two weeks after a dark-of-night barrage of mostly U.S. missiles and bombs opened the international air assault on Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi, the American combat role is ending, the rag-tag rebels are reeling and the Pentagon is betting its European allies can finish the job.

Columbia leaders vote to bring ROTC to campus

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April 2, 2011 in Air Force by clevine

NEW YORK — Student and faculty leaders at Columbia University have voted to welcome the military’s ROTC program back to campus, four decades after it was banned during the Vietnam War peace movement.

Pilot identified in Spangdahlem A-10 crash

This post was originally published by Spangdahlem Air Base - Spangdahlem Top Stories

April 2, 2011 in Air Force, Bitburg Annex (Spangdahlem Air Base), Germany, Spangdahlem Air Base by clevine

An Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II crashed approximately 4 p.m. local time yesterday in a field outside Laufeld, Germany, a town north of the city of Wittlich.

The pilot, Lt. Col. Scott Hurrelbrink from the 81st Fighter Squadron at Spangdahlem Air Base, ejected from the aircraft and sustained minor injuries. He was transported from the scene and is in good condition at Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Bruder, a hospital in Trier, Germany.

German emergency responders were the first to the scene, followed by medical personnel who transported the pilot to the hospital via helicopter. U.S. Air Force first responders and the On-Scene Commander arrived shortly thereafter and coordinated cohesively with German counterparts to secure the mishap site. German military police and Spangdahlem Security Forces remain on scene providing 24/7 site security.
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