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Virginia Beach individuals residing south of I-264 and along the ocean front will use I-64 towards Suffolk. Individuals residing north of I-264 will use I-64 West toward Richmond. Norfolk individuals residing east of I-64 (outside of interstate loop)...
Their white marble tombstones share the same soil at Arlington National Cemetery. Section 60. Two rows apart. Their lives were lost in Iraq. A sniper's bullet killed 22-year-old Kyle Brown. Darrell Schumann, 25, died in a helicopter crash. While the...
Tags: Armed Forces, Family, Colonial Williamsburg, Crimes, Vehicles
As a child, Shawn M. Murphy dreamed of following in the footsteps of his Air Force father. But he would go in the Army, he'd say, because he wanted to be part of their fight. To be on the front line. As a teenager, putting his career goals on hold to...
April 9, 2004: Steven Scott Fisher of Virginia Beach, a civilian, died when his convoy was ambushed in Abu Graib, near Fallujah. April 26, 2004: Navy officers based at Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base in Virginia Beach, were killed April 24 in a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- The Air Force launched one of its Global Hawk spy planes Thursday to capture images of the Southern California fires -- the first domestic surveillance mission for the unmanned drone. Military officials hope that the infrared images relayed...
Sun ReporterThey were the first words that presaged a changed America, an America that could no longer think of itself as invulnerable, as beyond the reach of those who hated us. They were spoken by Betty Ong, a flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 11, en...
757-247-4783Few people knew what to expect when the Civil War broke out in April 1861. For weeks, the rhetoric was more heated than the skirmishes on the field. But here in Hampton, where the Rebels had exchanged gentlemanly notes with Union-held Fort Monroe in an...
After giving almost 60 years of their own lives to the U.S. Air Force, Mary and Richmon Schumann paid a much higher price this week when their youngest son was killed in Iraq. Marine Lance Cpl. Darrell J. Schumann was among the 31 troops killed when a...
Tags: Gaming, Wars and Interventions, Hampton Roads, Georgia, Family
A day earlier, half a world away in Iraq, Marines filed past 31 rifles, helmets and sets of combat boots, stopped and knelt in the silent desert in tribute to fallen comrades. Thursday, about 150 people -- half of them in Air Force uniforms -- stood in...
Sun StaffA Maryland woman's quest to re-enact the Wright brothers' first flight at Kitty Hawk, N.C., 100 years later ended victoriously at a Wisconsin air show yesterday where she was named as one of two "Pilots of the Century." For Terry Queijo, an American...
Sun National StaffFORT LEE, Va. - The field house on this Army base erupted in raucous cheers last night as the soldiers of the 372nd Military Police Company marched in, five abreast, to a brass band playing "God Bless America." The Maryland-based company was at the heart...
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