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An Afghani worker gets a security search at the front gate of Kandahar International Airport during Operation Enduring Freedom, Jan. 16, 2002. (U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 1st Class Ted Banks) (Released)

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To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

imcom.korea.army.mil

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

imcom.korea.army.mil

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

Operation Enduring Freedom
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Image by US Army Korea – IMCOM
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Two CH-47 Chinook helicopters land on the flightline at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan after completing a mission on May 25, 2002. This was during Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ricky A. Bloom) (Released)

imcom.korea.army.mil

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

imcom.korea.army.mil

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

imcom.korea.army.mil

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

Operation Enduring Freedom
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An MH-53B Sea Stallion assigned to Helicopter Combat Support Four (HC 4) conducts a Vertical On Board Delivery(VOD) with USS Abraham Lincoln on Oct. 14, 2002. HC-4 is providing logistical support to the Abraham Lincoln Battle Group. USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) and Carrier Air Wing FOURTEEN (CVW 14) are conducting combat operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate Airman (PJ) Philip A.McDaniel) (Released)

imcom.korea.army.mil

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

imcom.korea.army.mil

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

imcom.korea.army.mil

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit our official website at: imcom.korea.army.mil

Whether you are fresh off of active-duty, a military spouse or a seasoned professional, you will find a career with U.S. Army in Korea both challenging and inspiring. If you ready to join an award winning team and embark on the adventure of a lifetime, you can learn more about living and working in Korea online: imcom.korea.army.mil

Photos from the US Army in Korea can be viewed online at www.flickr.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

Published for those serving in the Republic of Korea – an assignment of choice.

About this image: Operation Enduring Freedom. A Department of Defense Image Collection.

These images are generally cleared for release and are considered in the public domain. Request credit be given the Department of Defense and individual photographer.

Country Crock: Spreading the Margarine of Freedom When Some Prefer Real Butter (part 1)

Iraq is not the only country that the U.S. has set upon itself to “liberate”. We have a long history of lending a helping hand to our fellow man. In the past when information traveled more slowly and was less available, U.S. “freedom” efforts around the world where able to maintain a benevolent facade. However thanks to technology and Clinton’s Freedom of Information Act, we can take glimpses beyond the headlines.

The United States has had an ongoing struggle to “help” Cuba, although it is already a democracy. Yes, that’s right Cuba is a democracy, the 70 year old Castro, has been in power since 1959, much of this time as the elected President. Of course the typical American’s response to Castro is that he is an oppressive tyrant and the Cuban people wish to be set free, and the headlines we see would suggest just that. But if you look beyond the headlines you might be surprised.

Many Cubans don’t understand what Americans have against Castro after all he can’t be all bad if you really take a look. Just take education and healthcare for example. Despite the U.S. imposed global economic isolation of Cuba the Cuban educational system has been ranked higher than the United States. In 2001 Cuba was even put forth as a model for our own educational system during a Harvard Graduate School of Education Conference. Also more Cubans have access to medical care than Americans. So ask yourself, how can this be? Why would a tyrannical dictator put so much effort into the care and education his oppressed people?

Yes, yes it is agreed that things could be better in Cuba, but then again things could be better in Detroit Michigan as well. Parts of the 313 are in no better shape with all the resources that the U.S. government has. Castro cannot take all the blame for Cuba’s economic situation; the United States has had more than a small part to play. The U.S. has sanctioned and blocked foreign trade to Cuba since 1950’s. In 2004 while we were all distracted by the war, Bush Jr. tightened the squeeze on Cuba with harsher sanctions. In Bush’s own words, “the happy day when Castro’s regime is no more”. (by now you should be able to translate his babble)

First of all what has the 70 year old Castro done against the U.S. recently? Isn’t this all because Cuba will not play nice and let the U.S. use it as a strategic military base? Maybe Cuba does not agree to our World policies and does not want to give into the big bully. If we really wanted to “free” the Cuban people, why have we spent the last decade keeping them impoverished? Sanctions do not hurt the dictator, it is the Cuban people that suffer.

You begin to wonder if our intentions are so noble! The U.S. seems to have a track record in collapsing democracies in the name of democracy. And the people of these countries always seem the worse off for it.

To Be Continued…

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Money sought for flags at parks

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A non-profit is collecting donations so the symbol of America’s freedom can continue to soar over Steele Indian School Park. Jo Marie McDonald of Phoenix Community Alliance said the group took on the flag project as part of its agreement with the city’s Adopt-A-Park program.
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Regions Party believes that hanging out red flag on Victory Day does not mean return to Soviet symbols
The use of red flags when celebrating the Victory Day does not mean Ukraine’s return to Soviet symbols, the chairman of the subcommittee on television and radio broadcasting of the Verkhovna Rada committee on freedom of speech and information, MP (the Regions Party faction) Olena Bondarenko has said.
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Judicial Watch Announces Freedom of Information Act Requests Seeking bin Laden Photos and Videos
WASHINGTON, May 4, 2011 //PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the Department of Defense (DOD) seeking all photographs and/or video recordings of Osama (Usama) bin Laden taken during and/or after the U.S. military operation in Pakistan on or …
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Should Information Stay Private? Where’s the Balance?

There are a lot of services online selling personal data. What’s the reason for this? It’s because of the huge demand for these types of services. Let’s suppose you have a new dating partner and want to do a “mini” background check on him. In other words, you need to get some kind of private DATA about that person without him knowing. What’s the best thing to do? Use some of these background check services.

At the other side of this we have the privacy industry. If you asked those guys, they would make EVERYTHING private, including your full name. Of course, common sense suggests that taking such an extreme direction is never a good thing.

There’s a third side I support. I call them the ‘balance side’. Those are the people who try to establish a good balance on what kind of information should and should not be available online.

Ever heard about the Freedom of Information Act? This act was signed by President Lyndon Johnson back in 1966. So, what is the FOIA (or Freedom of Information Act) all about? The United States government is required to disclose a particular type of information for the public to see. Before the FOIA, they would keep private any information they wanted. Now they must be transparent and provide information, including but not limited to criminal, court, marriage records and so on.

Now, not every type of record is available for every state. Take Oregon for example, they are currently not giving you full access to divorce and marriage records. But Alaska, compared to Oregon, provides you with 100% free access to these types of records.

Information, by itself, is harmless. The issue is actually whether or not the particular individual owning that information is going to use it for bad or good purpose. The exact same can be applied with the accessibility of personal information on the web. Stalkers can use private data to take advantage of someone. People who haven’t seen a long-lost friend will probably use this information for locating that friend! Maybe the main question is instead: How do we make sure private data doesn’t go into the wrong hands? After all, we can’t possibly read the mind of the person who accesses private data. The current, best solution is this:

Require all individuals who access the private data to identify themselves. This is already being done by governments an companies people use for conducting individual background checks.

As you can see, we are (after all) pragmatic creatures. Most of us don’t go to extremes like some people who say they “care about privacy”. Or folks that would prefer all personal information to be 100% free without having the consequences in mind.

The conclusion: Don’t be surprised when someone asks you to give out your private data in order to access someone else’s private information.

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John Pilger “The Invisible Government” Part 3/4

Blackwater: Hired Guns, Above the Law by Jeremy Scahill Global Research, September 22, 2007 My name is Jeremy Scahill. I am an investigative reporter for The Nation magazine and the author of the book Blackwater: The Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army. I have spent the better part of the past several years researching the phenomenon of privatized warfare and the increasing involvement of the private sector in the support and waging of US wars. During the course of my investigations, I have interviewed scores of sources, filed many Freedom of Information Act requests, obtained government contracts and private company documents of firms operating in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere. When asked, I have attempted to share the results of my investigations, including documents obtained through FOIA and other processes, with members of Congress and other journalists. I would like to thank this committee for the opportunity to be here today and for taking on this very serious issue. Over the past six days, we have all been following very closely the developments out of Baghdad in the aftermath of the fatal shooting of as many as 20 Iraqis by operatives working for the private military company Blackwater USA. The Iraqi government is alleging that among the dead are a small child and her parents and the prime minister has labeled Blackwater’s conduct as “criminal” and spoke of “the killing of our citizens in cold blood.” While details remain murky and subject to

The four aircraft which crashed on September 11th, 2001 have never been forensically matched to the four passenger planes which were allegedly hijacked that morning. Requests under the Freedom of Information Act have met with denials and refusals, and documents which have been produced, allegedly using data from the only three “Black Box” flight recorders said to have been found, have no serial numbers of the devices listed on them. The excellent work done by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth and other such organizations, in their quest to determine what caused the Twin Towers and WTC 7 to collapse, should never be underestimated. But, being the primary murder weapons, for my money the real smoking guns were, and still are, the four aircraft that were used as weapons on that terrible day, and for them not to have been identified breaks every rule in any book which seeks to teach the art of solving crimes. It is either an oversight beyond belief, on the part of the 9/11 Commission, or part of a criminal conspiracy of immense proportions set in motion to cover up what really happened on September 11th, 2001. Links to documents researched by Aidan Monaghan FAA related: 911blogger.com FBI related: rinf.com Serial Numbers: 911blogger.com The Murray Street Engine was not planted and was not from a Boeing 737, see: ckpi.typepad.com The photo of the engine at the land fill on Staten Island was taken by whistleblower Kurt Sonnenfeld, then an official FEMA photographer who is
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UFO Disclosure May Be Imminent !! – 2 of 2

With so many other countries DECLASSIFYING and releasing their UFO files, many believe the US government will shortly follow suit and finally release to the public the reality of FLYING SAUCERS and EXTRATERRESTRIAL races visiting the Earth. Some say DISCLOSURE is imminent in the VERY NEAR FUTURE! Following this DISCLOSURE is what many in the area of Exopolitics believe will create a PARADIGM SHIFT for many, including respected scientists, which will then lead to the release and development of FREE ENERGY technologies which many WHISTLEBLOWERS at many levels of government have stated are real and have been in the hands of our government for many years. Will Obama jump on board? The Freedom of Information Act may make it easier for him to do so. Lets hope that with the right people, we can get some of these advanced technologies out to the public in a responsible and timely manner which coincides with the COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY of mankind and the further AWAKENING that is occurring on this planet. If at the very least, this will lead to the end of our DEPENDENCE on oil and that alone will FOREVER CHANGE this planet and this world for the positive. Lets see what the future holds, and hope that those claiming it to be a very positive future, are indeed correct. UPDATES: October 18th, 2010 – Texas UFO Sighting After New York www.ktsm.com October 13th, 2010 – UFO’s were spotted over Manhattan and witnessed by many dozens during the daylight hours between 9:30 am into the

Paul Joseph Watson www.infowars.com www.prisonplanet.tv www.infowars.net www.prisonplanet.com April 20, 2011 If there was a scintilla of doubt as to whether Americans are living in a predatory police state, then this story completely eviscerates it. Michigan state police have been using a handheld mobile forensics device to steal information from cell phones belonging to motorists stopped for minor traffic violations. The high-tech device works with 3000 different phone models and can bypass passwords to process “Complete extraction of existing, hidden, and deleted phone data, including call history, text messages, contacts, images, and geotags,” according to CelleBrite, the company behind the device. “The Physical Analyzer allows visualization of both existing and deleted locations on Google Earth. In addition, location information from GPS devices and image geotags can be mapped on Google Maps.” “A US Department of Justice test of the CelleBrite UFED used by Michigan police found the device could grab all of the photos and video off of an iPhone within one-and-a-half minutes,” reports TheNewspaper.com. Michigan state police have been using the device to conduct 4th amendment-violating searches of motorists’ phones who have not even been suspected of any crime. To add insult to injury, when the ACLU attempted to file a freedom of information act request to discover how police were using the devices, they were slapped with a demand for 4680 from the Michigan state

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Television Viewers Flock to New Internet TV Site

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Thomson, IL (PRWEB) November 18, 2008

Freedom TV, the revolutionary Internet TV site that allows viewers to watch thousands of channels from around the world at the click of a mouse, is mentioned in a recent article by VistaNews. The article “Follow-up: Bye, bye, CATV?” features a customer’s praise of the service.

The VistaNews article, featured on the site’s Editor’s Corner, is a follow-up to an editorial from the week before, discussing the future of television and the Internet’s potential influence. Featuring comments regarding the high price of cable television and some companies’ plans of bandwidth restrictions, the article also quotes individuals who have found alternatives to the high cost of cable and satellite services. One VistaNews reader mentioned in the article is Gregory T., who states: “I remember when cable was just $ 5.00 a month in 1973. I thought it was a scam then! Now look at it $ 100+ a month for garbage! I use Freedom TV on the Internet, $ 50 one time fee.”

Freedom TV currently features more than 4,000 television channels from 78 countries. Easy to use and 100 percent legal, Freedom TV offers a variety of programming and entertainment unmatched by even the most premium cable and satellite companies. Freedom TV features common genres and networks, such as sports channels, music channels, NBC and ABC affiliates and more; premium channels like Sci-Fi, C-Span and The Home Shopping Network; and some programming that simply can’t be found on cable or satellite, like the Baseball Channel, Classic Movies, The Baby Channel, Backyard Wrestling and many more.

Users watch Freedom TV via the site’s video feed “grabber” software, which allows immediate viewing on a PC. The site is also Mac-compatible. Many viewers are even hooking up the system to their televisions.

Freedom TV’s $ 50 fee is a lifetime membership charge for unlimited viewing. In addition to maintaining the Web site and adding new channels, the funds cover real live technical support, a feature not found on other Web TV sites. Like any cable or satellite company, Freedom TV provides its users full support, providing email and telephone technical assistance, new channel requests and more.

“With thousands of channels from around the world, in multiple languages, available at a one-time price lower than most monthly cable and satellite bills, all at the click of a mouse, Freedom TV truly is a new era in television viewing,” says Nick Sands of Freedom TV.

For more information about Freedom TV, visit http://www.usefreedomtv.com/ and http://www.orderfreetv.com/.

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