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Building Civilian Career Is Challenge For National Guard Members

April 9
By Alison St John
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Building a career is no easy task for those in the National Guard who have to balance their commitments to a civilian job and their military training.

San Diego Man's Great Grandfather's Story Lives On In New Civil War Book

April 8
Midday Edition
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The 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War is being remembered this week. Among those remembering the anniversary of the war's end is Bill Ketchum who has a direct connection to a Civil War soldier.

US Special Ops Forces Skeptical Women Can Do Their Job

April 7
By Associated Press
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Studies that surveyed personnel found "major misconceptions" within U.S. special operations about whether women should be brought into the male-only jobs.

Marine Corps Recruit Depot Sports Facility To Be Named After Jerry Coleman

April 3
By City News Service
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Jerry Coleman was a Marine aviator, New York Yankees second baseman and longtime Padres announcer. He died at 89 last year.

Judge: Navy's Hawaii, California Training Plan Inadequate

April 1
By Associated Press
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A federal judge on Tuesday said the National Marine Fisheries Service violated environmental laws when it approved the Navy's plans for training in waters off Hawaii and Southern California.

Navy Decommissions USS Peleliu In San Diego Ceremony

March 31
By City News Service
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The 820-foot-long vessel, which called San Diego and Long Beach home during its nearly 35 years of service, deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles.

Navy: No Evidence Of ISIS Threat

March 26
By City News Service
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The Navy said that no evidence of an operational plan has been uncovered since a list of personnel — including four aboard a San Diego-based warship — was posted on a website believed to be friendly to the Islamic State.

San Diego City Council Approves Plan for New Homeless Shelter

March 24
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
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The new shelter will be located in an existing building and offer 100 beds beginning April 1. An additional 250 beds will become available over the next couple of months, for a total of 350 by July 1.

San Diego Veterans Invited To Voice Questions, Concerns At Town Hall

March 23
By Susan Murphy
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The forum is one of many the Veterans Affairs is holding around the country to improve services and rebuild community trust.

San Diego-Based Troops Named On ISIS 'Hit List'

March 23
By Susan Murphy
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Nearly three dozen U.S. troops, including some based on the USS Carl Vinson from San Diego, were named on a "hit list" by the self-proclaimed Islamic State terror group, according to the Marine Corps Times.

Navy Identifies SEAL Killed In Training Accident

March 19
By Associated Press
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Naval Special Warfare Group One said Thursday that Jason Kortz died from injuries sustained during the accident near Perris on Wednesday.

Navy SEAL Dies In Training Accident Near Perris

March 18
By Associated Press
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The Navy official says the SEAL's parachute malfunctioned during training and that he died of his injuries.

Former Navy Corpsman Gets Wish Of A Lifetime In San Diego

March 17
By Dwane Brown
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Robert Mountz, 85, visited the USS Midway 60 years after serving on it.

San Diego Storage Company Accused Of Selling Service Members' Belongings While Deployed

March 17
By City News Service
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Daniel E. Homan and his company Horoy Inc. is accused of violating the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. The act states that a storage lien may not be enforced against service members during, or 90 days subsequent to, their period of military service without a court order

Wounded Warriors Helped At San Diego VA By Fellow Amputees

March 11
By Susan Murphy
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Hundreds of military members lost arms and legs during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Amputees who come to the prosthetic department at the San Diego VA Medical Center find a special connection to those providing their care.