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JBLM deserter caught

YACHATS, Ore. — A deserter from the U.S. Army has been apprehended in Oregon after he was reported missing from Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington. AD: Stop trying meds to fight your depression.  TMS is all-natural, covered by Tricare, and effective.  Olympia TMS is ready to help - start here CLICK The

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Military families worried about moldy conditions at JBLM

SEATTLE — Military families in Washington state have raised concerns saying housing at their base made them sick. AD: Couple counseling on JBLM - couples can receive $300 - confiedential from unit/command.  More information here CLICK KOMO-TV reported Thursday that multiple families who were living on Joint Base Lewis-McChord are now

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Help getting military home for holidays

LYNCHBURG, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee distillery that produces whiskey wants to help service members and their families get home for the holidays. AD: FREE Google certification degrees offered this Saturday in San Diego - get signed up for free in National City Nov. 16 - RSVP HERE For the ninth year,


Fewer twins born in US

NEW YORK — Fewer U.S. families are seeing double, according to a government report that finds a drop in new twins. Twin births steadily increased for more than three decades, driven largely by older white moms undergoing fertility treatments.   AD: Moving to Joint Base Lewis-McChord.  Online Welcome Guide is here CLICK   But

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JBLM Ranger killed

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Department of Defense officials say a 25-year-old soldier from Leavenworth, Washington, was killed during combat operations in Afghanistan. Army Sgt. Leandro A.S. Jasso died Saturday in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, while supporting Operation Freedom's Sentinel. Army spokesman Lt. Col. Loren Bymer said Sunday that Jasso was

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Plan would help military families take leave

The Obama administration is proposing new rules to help military families care for service members when they are called to active duty or become injured. First lady Michelle Obama was set to join Labor Secretary Hilda Solis on Monday to announce the plan that updates the Family

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