6. Spc. Wesley A. Coble and Sgt. Victor Alcantar, combat engineers assigned to 1st Platoon, 43rd Engineer Company, 2nd Squadron “Sabre”, 3d Cavalry Regiment, find cover behind a “blast blanket” after detonating an entryway with explosives July 31 at a subterranean tunnel complex on Fort Hood. The Soldiers were taking part in a training event designed to develop tactics, training, and procedures for emerging battlefields.
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A federal judge on Thursday vacated the four-game suspension the NFL imposed on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the "Deflategate" scandal.
U.S. District Judge Richard Berman issued his ruling Thursday morning after the National Football ...
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GLAAD has released the ninth edition of its annual Network Responsibility Index, and for the first time, a major TV network has received a grade of "excellent."
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