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   G.I. Joe: The evolution of America's icon
   Life after the military: The value of a college degree
  April 2, 2013
 
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Soldier stabbed to death while playing with children

 

Army formally declines Purple Heart for Fort Hood shooting victims

 

Marine vet's American flag faces removal after neighbor's complaints

 
 
Today's Top Stories:
 
North Korea to restart Yongbyon nuclear reactor: US deploys anti-missile ships, radar to give Pentagon defense options
 
Prison looms over $32M Army Corps bid-rigging scam: Convicted manager masterminded largest-ever federal contracting crime
 
Wounded soldier kicked out of mall for using Segway: Disabled veteran unable to walk long distances after suffering gunshot wounds
 
Army to scrap TNT for safer artillery rounds
Navy identifies SEAL killed in parachuting accident
Army wants to ground heavy training pilots
Admiral at center of inquiry is censured by Navy
80 years ago, forgotten Navy airship crash killed 73
Soldier statue destroyed, sold for scrap
 
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Review: "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" and the evolution of America's icon

 
By Demetri Ravanos, M1 Contributor
G.I. Joe used to be a window for children into what it must be like to be a member of our military. That model evolved over time as Hasbro shifted the characters' focus first away from war and then away from reality entirely. "America's movable fighting man"
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Life after the military: The value of a college degree

 
By Michael Thomas, M1 Contributor
An effective way for military members to address the challenge of entering civilian life is to enroll in a college degree program that either matches their current job or what they want to do when they leave the service. 3 things to consider
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Last WAC, longest serving female soldier still on duty
By Army Sgt. William Begley, 11th Public Affairs Detachment
Most people who join the military serve their term and move on. Some stay in uniform for a 20-year career, and few serve for as many as 30 years. But Jeanne Y. Pace has served for 41 years, and she’s still going strong. "I still enjoy my job"
 
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