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Vets, families share memories on LPB... [Read More]
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Jack Rodney Burrill, 79, of Hilo died Nov. 9 at Legacy Hilo Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. Born in Ferndale, Mich., he was a retired licensed practical nurse, member of 12 Coconuts and U.S. Navy Vietnam War veteran. Graveside urn committal service noon Wednesday (Nov. 29) at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2. No flowers. Memorial contributions to Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. Survived by wife, Sandra Burrill of Hilo; children, Derek (Helena) Ogle of Honolulu, Trisha Ogle of Hilo and Sherie (Peter) Schuttie of California; three grandchildren. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary. [Read More]
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The POW/MIA movement that began during the Vietnam War changed the way the U.S. sees its responsibility for missing service members. A new generation of veterans sees the flag differently than before. [Read More]
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Veterans Day originated as Armistice Day on Nov. 11, 1919, on the first anniversary of the end of World War I. It became an annual observance in 1926 and a... [Read More]
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At least five of 50 Vietnam War combat veterans who participated in a Veterans Affairs study have tested positive for a waterborne parasite that's rare beyond Asia, hides unseen in the body for decades and can cause a deadly form of liver cancer, according to interviews and documentation provided by participants in the study. [Read More]
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Senate candidate Roy Moore was interested in underage girls because he was looking for the "purity of a young woman," according to a pastor The Alabama judge also had a hard time finding women his age after returning from the Vietnam War, leaving him no choice but to pursue young girls, added pastor... [Read More]
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A pastor who has worked with U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore said that he liked young women for their "purity." [Read More]
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Vietnam War veterans could be slowly dying from a parasite they contracted in the southeast Asian nation almost 50 years ago, according to new research, The Associated Press reported. The small pilot study was commissioned by the Department of Veteran Affairs, the AP reported, and looked into the connection between ... [Read More]
A new report shows what Comcast subscribers around the country watched using the on demand feature during the Fall TV 2017 season. Portlanders were fans of "The Good Doctor," "Rick and Morty," "The Orville" and "This Is Us." [Read More]
War veterans suffering from cholangiocarcinoma, a rare bile duct cancer, may have been infected by liver fluke from the rivers of Vietnam. How did the soldiers contract the slow-killing parasite? [Read More]
Pastor Flip Benham added that there was nothing wrong with what Roy Moore did since he never made any sexual advances toward teenagers without seeking the permission of their parents first. [Read More]
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Pastor Flip Benham said Roy Moore had to "look in a different direction" after he returned from the Vietnam War. [Read More]
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The Department of Veterans Affairs studied possible links between liver fluke parasites in Southeast Asia and Vietnam War military men dying of cancer. [Read More]
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A small government study of blood samples from Vietnam War veterans has found that some may have been infected by a slow-killing parasite while fighting in... [Read More]
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A half a century after serving in Vietnam, hundreds of veterans have a new reason to believe they may be dying from a silent bullet—test results show some men may have been infected by a slow-killing... Health News Summaries. | Newser... [Read More]
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WPRI 12 Eyewitness News on WPRI.com is Providence, New Bedford, Fall River news and weather. We're coverage you can count on in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. [Read More]
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'Welcome to the Jungle' finds the team facing Gorilla Grodd in the Vietnam War. [Read More]
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Lt. Colonel (Ret.) Ted Stafford passed away on Veteran's Day. He served 26 years in the U.S. Army and was a Vietnam War Vet. He lived in East Cobb. [Read More]
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They just aren't comfortable with "The Vietnam War," the ambitious documentary by filmmaker Ken Burns, which debuted last month with much fanfare and is still being featured on many PBS stations. Vietnam Veterans for Factual History — a Texas-based interest group which includes military veterans, historians and authors ... [Read More]
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VA nonsense I went to the Veterans Administration in Oklahoma City and applied for a VA ID card as a veteran of the Vietnam war. [Read More]
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