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  • ...has survived the deletionist battle. Check [[:wikipedia:American Gulf War Veterans Association|Wikipedia]].
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  • ...terans of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, and for the National League of American Pen Women. The MYSC had eighteen commercial recordings to its credit at the
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  • ...lcon''' is a [[United States Air Force]] veteran, [[Anti-war movement|anti-war activist]], and [[rapper]]. ==Early years and war service==
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  • ...raphy of their fertility matrix seems [[Plains Indians|Great Plains Native American]] inspired,{{OR|date=August 2013}} the Coyotl in "Grimm" appear like [[Cauc ...r mass executions of renegade Wesen during the [[World War II|Second World War]], a notable example being their infiltration of the Spanish army and monar
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  • ...ncrease awareness of the U.S. service member casualties resulting from the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, a journey that is expected to take six months and ...sland and present the memorial panel to the [[United States Department of Veterans Affairs]].<ref name="gazette" />
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  • ...band [[Metallica]]. It began in autumn of 1991. The [[North America|North American]] legs ran through summer 1992, followed by the [[Guns N' Roses/Metallica S These initial North American shows took place in arenas, with multiple dates in largely populated areas
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  • |battles= [[American Civil War]] ...nfederate States of America|Confederate]] veterans of the [[American Civil War]], and also claimed to have served with the 4th Alabama Infantry from 1864-
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  • ...rianism]]<ref name="Libertarian" /> ([[Libertarianism in the United States|American]]) ...oan would make it on the ballot, after receiving the nomination of the War Veterans Party of New York. He would later go on to lose the mayoral election in New
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  • ...arine has 'write stuff''' (Jan 2002), Marine Corps Times</ref> documenting American military action and providing it for broadcast throughout the international ...the ground for the start of both [[Operation Enduring Freedom]] and [[Iraq War#2003: Invasion|Operation Iraqi Freedom]]. After returning to Washington to
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  • ...> Mixing continued during the second wave of immigration, when British war veterans and their families began migrating to Canada in 1815 due to overpopulation ...pride and unity, like [[Canadian Confederation|Confederation]] and [[World War I]].
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  • ...ino Veterans Equity and serves on the Executive Committee for the Filipino Veterans Recognition and Education Project. ===Filipino Veterans===
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  • | nationality = American '''Robert Lovelle Rooks''' (born September 19, 1981 - ) is an American author of novels and blogs. Rooks was born in [[Wichita Falls, TX]] on the
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  • ...ty. Whenever either side got possession of the city the opposing side made war, ostensibly against their adversaries, but actually against their country. ...t. 15 The history of Rome from 133 on is one of constant turmoil; a tug-of-war between two factions. 16 According to Eric Grun, The Last Generation of the
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  • ...Bob Brewer is married to [[Irma Elsa Gonzalez]] who was the first Mexican-American female federal judge.<ref>{{cite web|author=3:46 p.m. |url=http://www.utsan ...rison after a Los Angeles trial. He was released in 1985 as part of a Cold War exchange. - Los Angeles Times |publisher=Articles.latimes.com |date=1994-08
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  • '''Mary P. Koss''' (born '''Mary Lyndon Pease'''). Mary P. Koss is an American Regents’ Professor at the University of Arizona, Mel and Enid Zuckerman C ...s Veterans Administration Medical Center where she worked with Vietnam War veterans in the area of rehabilitation psychology.
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  • '''Richard Ledes''' is an American [[filmmaker]] and [[writer]] based in [[New York City]]. ...been a [[World War II]] veteran, had suffered a psychotic break after the war and died in a Veteran's Hospital when he fled the facility and was hit by a
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  • |[[Trenton War Memorial]] |[[Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena]]
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  • ...basis, as their administrative duties affected the entire city. [[African American]]s were not then elected to city government in most parts of the South. Soo ...Legion]] and the [[Forty and Eight veterans organization|Forty and Eight]] veterans organizations as well as [[Kiwanis International]]. He is a long-term membe
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  • | employer = American Freedom Radio | organization = American Freedom Radio<ref>[http://www.americanfreedomradio.com/Barrett_11.html Dr.
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  • ...child on a Dutch battlefield, a month before the end of the [[Second World War]]. In the wake of this loss, Duncan used his local connections to assemble ...nd 1951. These included the topics: "World Government - Russian Plan? - or American Plan? - (or as we think) Federal Plan?", "Human Rights & World Government",
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  • |battles=[[Vietnam War]] ...nt Officer]] 1 that served and was killed by hostile fire in the [[Vietnam War]] in [[Quang Tin Province]] I Corps., South Vietnam during a MEDEVAC missio
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