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Lima Charlie’s U.S./D.C. Week in Review – July 23

23rd of July – Lima Charlie News U.S./Washington End-of-Week Briefing: | #PrayForMunich #OffeneTür On JUL22, just before 6 PM, shots rang out at the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum #Munich shopping center, the second attack in Bavaria in less than a week, killing 10 people, and wounding at least… Keep Reading

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Police Maintain Peace: Trump Nomination Official

Law & Order: Cleveland Cleveland, Ohio – 4:00PM local time, multiple protests converged at the Republican National Convention, coming to a head at Public Square near the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. The monument is the property of the county, despite efforts to make it part… Keep Reading

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Republican National Convention 2016 Kicks Off in Cleveland

GOP and Vocal Protesters Gather For #RNC2016 Cleveland is a proud city with a proud history. Today, the Republican National Convention kicked off in the Buckeye State, the nation’s most recent focus of political division and strife. That tension played out at the Cleveland Mall, in front… Keep Reading

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Lima Charlie’s U.S./D.C. Week in Review – July 16

16th of July – Lima Charlie’s U.S./Washington End-of-Week News Briefing:  |  #PrayForTurkey On JUL15, shortly before 1 PM PST, the #Turkish military—the second largest army in #NATO declared martial law, asserting in a statement that it had “fully seized control” of the country in an… Keep Reading

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Lima Charlie’s U.S./D.C. Week in Review – July 8

| 8th of July – Lima Charlie’s U.S./Washington End-of-Week News Briefing: #PrayForDallas   On JUL7, just before 9 PM, Army Veteran, Micah Xavier Johnson, opened fire on police officers in #Dallas, Texas killing 5 officers and wounding several others in the deadliest incident for law… Keep Reading

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Lima Charlie’s U.S./D.C. Week in Review – July 02

 | 2ND of July – Lima Charlie’s U.S./Washington End-of-Week News Briefing: #PrayForTurkey – On JUN30, #Turkey declared a day of national mourning after more than 40 people were killed in suicide attacks at Istanbul’s primary airport, Ataturk International Airport. This marked the deadliest and most… Keep Reading

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Lima Charlie’s U.S./D.C. Week in Review – June 24

|24th of June – Lima Charlie News U.S./Washington End-of-Week News Briefing: Congressional #SitIn – With the exception of a few interruptions Democrats held the House floor for 25 ½ hours, since 11:30 AM on Wednesday in protest of the GOP stance on gun control. Republicans eventually… Keep Reading

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Lima Charlie’s U.S./D.C. Week in Review – June 17

|17th of June – Lima Charlie’s U.S./Washington End-of-Week News Briefing: #OrlandoUnited – The worst mass shooting in US History began at 2:02 AM on June 12th, this past Sunday. Orlando Police Chief John Mina reported that an officer working at the Pulse Nightclub received a… Keep Reading

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The Mayhem Inside: Part II: Orlando

This article is Part II in a series following “The Mayhem Inside,” about the shootings in Houston, Texas, May 2016. In the military, a bugle call or drumbeat signals the ceremonial lowering of the flag at sundown. As President Obama ordered flags to be flown… Keep Reading

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Lima Charlie’s U.S./D.C. Week-End Brief – 10th June

|10th of June – Lima Charlie’s U.S./Washington End-of-Week News Briefing: #POTUS announced he will be endorsing presumptive Democratic Nominee #HillaryClinton. Within 90 minutes of meeting with the Presidential Candidate, President Obama posted a video to Mrs. Clinton’s Facebook page citing support for the former Secretary of… Keep Reading

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The Mayhem Inside

When I went to Iraq, I was young but I knew about fighting for God and Country. That was my socially instilled mind frame before deploying. Especially after being in New York City, and watching as the World Trade Center collapsed before my eyes on… Keep Reading

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Emery Horn: An American Rifleman’s Tale

| by Maj. Joseph Labarbera (U.S. Army) Lima Charlie News On Monday, May 30, 2016, Memorial Day, the non-profit organization The Greatest Generations Foundation took ten WWII veterans back to Normandy, France, to return to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. Among… Keep Reading

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Joseph Van Eyzeren: Salty as Hell

|by Joshua Gates Lima Charlie News On Monday, May 30, 2016, Memorial Day, the non-profit organization The Greatest Generations Foundation took ten WWII veterans back to Normandy, France, to return to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. Among those heroes is… Keep Reading

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Darrell Blizzard: A Reluctant Hero

|By Jacqueline Robotham and John Clubb Lima Charlie News On Monday, May 30, 2016, Memorial Day, the non-profit organization The Greatest Generations Foundation took ten WWII veterans back to Normandy, France, to return to the battlefields they fought on, enabling closure of their war experiences. Among… Keep Reading

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Lima Charlie presents: Banished

|Story by: Rob Swain (Supervising Producer / Senior Editor) Editor / Producer: Joshua Gates Host / Producer: Joe Labarbera Camera / Director of Photography: Raymond Pagnucco / Joshua Gates Special Ops: Austin Troy Phillips Researchers: Nikita L. Roach / Elena Mavrina Music Director: Ronan Coleman Production Coordinator:… Keep Reading

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