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Food City names three new vice presidents

Kingsport Times-News 26 Nov 2021
From staff reports ... They’re dedicated to our customers, our associates, and the communities we serve ... Chef Haaf took a four-year break from the hospitality industry to serve his country as a corporal in the Marine Corps from 1992 to 1996, serving abroad in Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Cuba before returning to Camp LeJeune, N.C ... ....
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President John F. Kennedy: His Life and Public Assassination

Dissident Voice 22 Nov 2021
In mid-April 1961, less than three months into his presidency, a trap was set for President Kennedy by the CIA and its director, Allen Dulles, who knew of Kennedy’s reluctance to invade Cuba ... Navy and Marine forces to back the invasion that they had planned ... invasion of Cuba ... Army Map Service related to U-2 spy missions over Cuba.
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Vegas judge begins hearings on execution plan

Nevada Appeal 17 Nov 2021
U.S ... Floyd, 45, does not want to die ... (that) risks unnecessarily inflicting pain ... The U.S ... State officials have not taken up Floyd's request for clemency based on his claim of new evidence of brain damage and post-traumatic stress caused by childhood trauma and his military service as a Marine at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba ... .
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US judge in Vegas begins hearings on Nevada execution plan

Info News 17 Nov 2021
U.S ... Floyd, 45, does not want to die ... (that) risks unnecessarily inflicting pain ... The U.S ... State officials have not taken up Floyd’s request for clemency based on his claim of new evidence of brain damage and post-traumatic stress caused by childhood trauma and his military service as a Marine at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba ... .
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U.S. judge in Las Vegas begins hearings on Nevada execution plan

Las Vegas Sun 17 Nov 2021
Nevada Department of Corrections via AP. This Nov. 10, 2016, photo shows the execution chamber at Ely State Prison ... U.S ... State officials have not taken up Floyd’s request for clemency based on his claim of new evidence of brain damage and post-traumatic stress caused by childhood trauma and his military service as a Marine at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
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US judge begins hearings on Nevada execution plan

Elko Daily Free Press 17 Nov 2021
KEN RITTER Associated Press ... U.S ... Floyd, 45, does not want to die ... People are also reading… ... Killing coyotes ... The U.S ... State officials have not taken up Floyd’s request for clemency based on his claim of new evidence of brain damage and post-traumatic stress caused by childhood trauma and his military service as a Marine at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba ... .
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NEVADA VIEWS: Zane Floyd deserved help, not a death sentence

Las Vegas Review-Journal 15 Nov 2021
Marine Corps at the age of 19 and was stationed at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba (Gitmo), where he experienced combat-like conditions that triggered PTSD. According to a statement given by retired Marine Corps Col ... Marines with emotional or psychological struggles were not provided with re-entry-to-civilian-life resources when they returned home from Gitmo.
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NEVADA VIEWS: Zane Floyd desrved help, not a death sentence

Las Vegas Review-Journal 14 Nov 2021
Marine Corps at the age of 19 and was stationed at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba (Gitmo), where he experienced combat-like conditions that triggered PTSD. According to a statement given by retired Marine Corps Col ... Marines with emotional or psychological struggles were not provided with re-entry-to-civilian-life resources when they returned home from Gitmo.
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1901-1934: “Yankee Imperialism” in Latin America

GlobalResearch 26 Oct 2021
The following day, Roosevelt reiterated, “We must act in such a way as to protect American interests by fulfilling American obligations to Cuba.” He ordered two battalions of Marines at Philadelphia and Norfolk to prepare “for expeditionary service in tropical waters.” At the ...
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Deacon Robert W. Bambrick

Ogden Standard Examiner 13 Oct 2021
12 June 1929 — 7 October 2021. Deacon Robert Bambrick, 92, passed away October 7 at home with his family following a battle with colon cancer. GOD was Bob’s first love, then his family, then his country. Bob was born to Cecilia Trepczynski and Robert W. Bambrick in Detroit, Michigan ... Bob served in the Marine Corps from 1946-1951 with 2+ years in Cuba ... .
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Deep impact: the underwater photographers bringing the ocean’s silent struggle to life

The Observer 19 Sep 2021
Sabuncuoğlu has travelled the world, photographing marine life in Palau, Cuba and the Galápagos islands and winning several awards for his work ... Ghost fishing gear accounts for around an estimated 10% of all marine litter. On the west coast of the US, the National Marine Fisheries ...
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Local Quilts of Valor chapter awards quilts to veterans

Mooresville Tribune 19 Sep 2021
SHARON BORMANN Special to the. Mooresville Tribune ... The first ceremony, held Aug ... Sanford served in the U.S. Army from 1958-59 ... Marine Corps from 1963-67. Assigned to Vietnam and Cuba, he worked with the military police and was awarded a Purple Heart ... Trained as a Marine engineer, he was assigned to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and Fort Houston, Virginia ... .
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Jurassic pterosaur fossils found for 1st time in S. Hemisphere

La Prensa Latina 13 Sep 2021
... via a Caribbean passage that existed in the Jurassic, that was taken advantage of by marine reptiles like the genus Muraenosaurus, found in the United Kingdom, France and Argentina, and Vinialesaurus, found in marine deposits in Cuba,” the paleontologist concluded.
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Veterans Journal: Seabee vet served country, gained friends for life

The Providence Journal 13 Sep 2021
“From New York we went down to Cuba to join MCB-1. That was the only battalion on the East Coast … so when we got down to Cuba, they decided that since we didn’t have any basic training that we should have Marine training ... 26, Holly’s Scavenger Hunt, with stops at places connected to the life of Marine Cpl.
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Iraqi detainee reported suffering paralysis at Guant�namo

Straits Times 11 Sep 2021
GUANT�NAMO BAY, CUBA (NYTIMES) - A Marine Corps judge Friday (Sept 10) ordered medical staff at the wartime prison to submit an emergency report on an Iraqi prisoner who, according to his lawyer, suddenly suffered paralysis and lost the ability to walk ... "He no longer has use of his legs," his lawyer, Susan Hensler, said Friday ... More on this topic. �.
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