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Military December 29, 2018

By James Clark: This Marine Survived 2 Mass Shootings In Just Over A Year. Now He’s Headed To Afghanistan
By Richard Sisk: Mattis to Officially Hand Off as Defense Secretary to Shanahan at Midnight Monday
By Amy Lieu: Korean War Veteran Surprised with 4 Medals — 7 Decades After Serving
Compilation of 60 Seconds at the Pentagon series for the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
‘Hard Work Does Not Go Unnoticed’: Balancing Football, ROTC
Navy Chief Lucky Jackson

Military November 10, 2018

U.S. Department of Defense Daily Digest Bulletin
Explore the brand new National Veterans Memorial Museum in downtown Columbus, Ohio.
By Oriana Pawlyk: Honor Flights Is in a Race Against Time to Bring World War II Vets to DC
By James Clark: ‘You Know The Sacrifice Now’: 2 Post-9/11 Medal Of Honor Recipients On The Importance Of War Stories
By Hope Hodge Seck: Slain Marine Vet Would Have Tried to Help Shooter if He Could, Friend Says
By James Clark: ‘There’s Not Time For Emotions … You Have To Act,’ Says Marine Who Survived 2 Mass Shootings In Just Over A Year
By Col. M. E. Johnson, U.S. Army Reserve (Ret.): This Army Vet Died Of An Overdose In His Jail Cell. He Deserved Better Than Laughter
E. Johnson is a California Superior Court Judge. He presided over the Riverside County Veterans Court for five years, supervising the recovery of combat veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental health issues. He is a retired colonel of the United States Army Reserve, an Iraq War veteran, and a graduate of the United States Army War College.
By Gina Harkins: Fired Reserve Leaders Created Fearful Environment for Marines, Probe Shows