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San Diego Part Of Effort To Honor Chinese American WWII Veterans

April 20
By Steve Walsh

Advocates want to award a Congressional Gold Medal to Chinese American veterans of World War II who fought aggression overseas while facing discrimination at home.

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San Diego Will Rescind Parking Tickets To Marine Mourners

April 19
By Associated Press

San Diego's mayor is promising to rescind dozens of parking citations issued to people who gathered to honor a Marine killed in a helicopter crash.

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California And Pentagon Still At Odds Over Guard Deployment

April 16
By Steve Walsh

Despite a rare moment of agreement between California and the Trump Administration, the two sides have so far not reached an agreement to call up the California National Guard as part of a multi-state effort.

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Marine Who Won Court Hazing Decision Faces Discharge

April 13
By Steve Walsh

Sgt. Jamie Ortiz remains restricted on board Camp Pendleton, even after a ruling that threw out his case in a major crackdown on hazing ordered by the commander of the 1st Marine Division.

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After 14-Years Deported Veteran Finally Granted Citizenship

April 13
By City News Service, Jean Guerrero

Hector Barajas on Friday was finally sworn in as a United States citizen.

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Guard Faces Tricky Dance In California Border Mission

April 13
By Associated Press

California Gov. Jerry Brown is crystal clear that his National Guard will help President Trump go after drugs and thugs on the Mexican border, but not immigrants. Drawing that line may be hazy.

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It's Not The First Time California Deploys National Guard To Border Missions

April 11
By Steve Walsh

Gov. Jerry Brown's decision follows up on missions in 2006 and 2010 where California sent troops to support border operations.

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San Diego's Flu Season Still Going Strong; Hepatitis A Outbreak Not Over

April 9
By Matt Hoffman

County health officials said San Diego's flu season is lasting longer than usual this year, and despite the hepatitis A public health emergency declared over, the outbreak is continuing.

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For Veterans Groups, Questions Surround Trump's VA Nominee

April 6
Carson Frame / American Homefront

Some veterans groups say they are uncertain about the future of care at the Department of Veterans Affairs after President Trump ousted Secretary David Shulkin and nominated White House physician Ronny Jackson to head the agency.

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Marines Killed In California Crash Include New Dad, Iraq Vet

April 5
By Associated Press

Four Marines killed when their helicopter crashed on a training mission in the Southern California desert were identified Thursday as men in their 20s and 30s from the South and Midwest, including one who served in Iraq and another who recently became a father.

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'A Physical Therapist In Your Pocket': Veterans With Limb Loss Test An App

April 5
Paige Pfleger/American Homefront

The app uses music and audio to help amputees lessen the pain and discomfort of walking with a prosthetic leg.

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Helicopter Crash Kills Four Southern California Marines

April 4
By Erik Anderson

Military helicopter crash kills four marines in Imperial County.

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Four Marines Killed In Helicopter Crash In El Centro

April 4
By City News Service

Four U.S. Marines from Marine Corps Air Station Miramar were killed in a helicopter crash during a training mission Tuesday afternoon in the El Centro area in Imperial County.

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Navy Working To Keep Sailors In The Service As Fleet Expands

April 3
By Steve Walsh

The Navy is canceling retirement incentives, replacing those programs with new programs to retain sailors and officers ahead of an expansion in the number of ships.

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Navy SEALs To Be Tested Prior To Training, Monitored For Brain Injuries

March 30
By Steve Walsh

The program is part of a Navy effort to more closely track traumatic brain injuries among special operators and other sailors.

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