Daily Report: North Korean Threats, Marines Get Supplies from Non-Profit, Iran Building Drone?
Group swiftly gets crucial supplies to troops in Afghanistan - Los Angeles Times "TroopsDirect provides such items as stretchers, stethoscopes, communication gear and protective eyewear. It has sent more than 10 tons of supplies to Marine battalions and an Army unit."
Q&A: Mabus on the shape of the future fleet - Marine Corps Times "Navy Secretary Ray Mabus sat down with Navy Times to share his vision for the future of the Navy as he begins his fourth year on the job."
Iran says it recovered data from captured US drone - Associated Press "Iran claimed Sunday that it had recovered data from an American spy drone that went down in Iran last year, including information that the aircraft was used to spy on Osama bin Laden weeks before he was killed. Iran also said it was building a copy of the drone."
North Korean military warns of 'special actions' soon - USA Today "North Korea promised Monday to reduce South Korea's conservative government "to ashes" in less than four minutes, in an unusually specific escalation of recent threats aimed at its southern rival."
Marine and Navy bands give free concert in Escondido - U-T San Diego "The Marine Band hits the stage 7 p.m. April 23-24 for the free annual spring concert at the California Center for the Performing Arts, featuring the 50-member 1st Marine Division Band based at Camp Pendleton with special guest artists “Country Current,” a Navy band from Washington D.C. performing country and bluegrass music."