Monthly Archives: February 2016

Marines raise the flag on Mt. Suribachi

   World War II  – 1945 On this day, during the battle for Iwo Jima, U.S. Marines raise the American flag atop Mt. Suribachi, the highest point on the island of Iwo Jima and a key strategic point. Later, Marine commanders … Continue reading

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GUANTANAMO CLOSING?

President Obama is expected to detail his plan to begin the shutdown of the detention center at Guantanamo Bay when he speaks this morning at 10:30 AM ET, the White House says. Complete coverage on Fox News and FoxNews.com.

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This Day in History Tet Offensive

Nothing, nothing took hold of America quite like the Vietnam war and nothing helped shape personal opinion on it quite like the coverage of the TET Offensive Johnson informed the public he would no seek re-election.

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In This Day in Black History

First African American Woman Police Captain in New Haven, CT.

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Veterans Appeals

Once the board receives your appeal, it assigns a docket date based on the date VA received your Form 9. This date is important: under the law, the board must work appeals in docket order. Continue reading

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Employment Scam

If you receive an email simliar to the one below, it is a scam. The senders are stating they are from United Healthcare, Kaiser or any number of large companies. Source: Employment Scam

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Employment Scam

If you receive an email simliar to the one below, it is a scam. The senders are stating they are from United Healthcare, Kaiser or any number of large companies. Continue reading

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The Ball Point Pen

  The first patent for ballpoint pens was issued on October 30, 1888, to a man named John Loud. Using a very small steel ball, held together by a socket, he tried, unsuccessfully, to create such a writing device. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Valentines Day

    Let’s Have Some Fun!! A quick quiz: St. Valentine was: a)  A priest in the Roman Empire who helped persecuted Christians during the reign of Claudius II, was thrown in jail and later beheaded on Feb. 14? b)  A Catholic bishop … Continue reading

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RiP Michael and Whitney

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