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Alberta man makes it his mission to record veterans' stories. A central Alberta man is making it his mission to gather Canadian veterans' stories from World War II and Korea before they disappear forever. "If we miss this documentation — their personal stories — it's gone forever," said Allan Cameron, who lives in Sylvan Lake. Cameron created a website called Veterans Voices of Canada and has video recorded more than 700 interviews with veterans since 2006. He has a list of another 75 waiting to go...
North Florida Veterans Record Stories for Library of Congress. Each American Veteran has a story of bravery and selfless sacrifice, but without documenting these countless stories, they could be lost forever. U.S. Representative Steve Southerland hosted a group of North Florida Veterans to permanently note their personal accounts. "Where did I serve, from the tip of Korea to a chosen reservoir. It was a different hillside and different hole in the ground constantly," said Harry Robert Davis, a Korean War Veteran...
Australian War Memorial unveils new Afghanistan exhibition. The Australian War Memorial has unveiled its new Afghanistan exhibition. It is a multimedia experience that is part of a concerted effort by the new War Memorial director, Brendan Nelson, to modernise one of Australia's most iconic institutions. As a former defence minister, Dr Nelson is no stranger to the war memorial or to military issues...
WWII vets tell their stories as they fly on a war bird one more time. These fly-boys are now old men, but they were on cloud nine again aboard a sentimental journey. Four veterans of World War II have one more memory to share. They're known as "The Greatest Generation." They are men, now close to 90, who fought in a war that changed the world and changed them. "It was just a real serious time for me," Raymon Schureck said. Raymon is one of those men. The combat pilot flew 89 missions in France and Germany...
'Crumby' Facebook post gets cafe owner in hot water. It's not always right or nice, but sarcasm reigns at the Rainy Days Caffe. "I am mostly sarcastic," cafe owner Lorraine "Rainy" MacDuff said. MacDuff learned a harsh lesson in Facebook etiquette after her sarcastic post about messes got her in hot water with customers. A pair of military wives entered the cafe Friday morning with a group of children in tow. Their children were eating scones, and had made a mess of crumbs under the table...
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The soldier, who is an Evangelical Christian was not identified.
She told Fox News she was ordered to remove a message posted to her personal Facebook page by her Unit Commander.
Here's the content of the message in question:
(Warning, may be offensive to some)
“A lot ticked off, now to all my gay friends you know I care about you so don't think otherwise. I'm watching this documentary and this gay guy went to a church and the Pastor was telling him that he needs to embrace his way and know that it is not a sin. Ok umm wow, dude it is. I'm sick of people making Gods word what it's not. Yes God loves you as a person but He hates the sin. Tired of hearing about Pastors being ok with homosexuality.”
The soldier has apparently refused to remove the message and faces a UCMJ, according to the story.
The link to the Fox News story no longer appears to work, but you can view it in Google Cache here.
A number of news sites like Townhall and others are covering the story.
The soldier says she shouldn’t be punished for her beliefs...
Her commander says she’s creating hostile and antagonistic environment...
I’m guessing the story will be picked up by both sides of the argument over the next couple days.
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Social media hath no fury like a local military mother scorned. Businesses have every right to say whatever they'd like through social media, but smart company owners won't post pictures and comments that ridicule customers. A Lake Stevens cafe is dealing with criticism on Facebook and Yelp after the owner banned a woman's kids from the shop because they left crumbs on the floor. The owner also posted a picture of the mess on social media...
Conflict Photogs Reflect on the Realities of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Conflict photographers like Michael Kamber and Louie Palu have spent years covering the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. They’ve lost friends, been very nearly killed themselves, and come back with incredible (and sometimes hard to stomach) photos...
Afghanistan through the lens. Post photographer Michel du Cille embedded with the Afghan army to see what will happen when coalition forces leave. What he came back with was a strong impression and photographs to show 'what real war is like.'
(The Washington Post)
Civil War reenactors focus on real life. WINDHAM — Civil War reenactors and living historians gathered at Center Church in the heart of Windham on a beautiful summer afternoon to share their passion for history, and to commemorate the 150th year of the Civil War during the 15th Annual Civil War Heritage Music Gathering and Encampment. “This event gives the community a chance to see what life was like during the Civil War,” Civil War Heritage Music Gathering and Encampment Co-Organizer John Quinn said...
Is mandatory military service hurting entrepreneurship in Egypt? Imagine what the world would be like if Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg had all been forced to spend three years in the military after dropping out of college, instead of turning their startups into some of the world’s most powerful brands. Would we have Facebook, Google, and Apple? Would their youthful entrepreneurial zeal, enthusiasm and energy have been tempered or hardened by military duty?
Thai police summon Facebook users over coup-rumor posts, threaten to jail people for ‘liking’. Police in Thailand have opened investigations of four people for allegedly causing panic by posting rumors of a possible military coup on Facebook — and an investigator threatened Monday to charge anyone who even “liked” the postings on the social media site...
(The Washington Post)
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Documentary starring Marines to be shown at Oceanside Film Fest. Camp Pendleton Marines will be featured in the documentary, “Patrol Base Jaker” to be screened Aug. 24 during Oceanside’s International Film Festival. The film, won Best Documentary at the GI Film Festival and focuses on U.S. Marine’s counter-surgency operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan...
Day in History: Civil War veteran celebrates 96th birthday. 1938 – 75 years ago. Lucian Warren of Spring Valley, Civil War veteran, celebrated his 96th birthday. Warren is Spring Valley's oldest resident and the town's only survivor of the War Between the States. He was honored with a gathering of 30 family members...
Do you have a First World War story to share with Brighton Museum? First World War stories, photos and mementoes are being sought for a new exhibition commemorating the centenary of the start of the First World War next year. Curators from Brighton Museum are holding two special drop-in days, and are inviting people share their stories, family histories, pictures and keepsakes that relate to the war and the city...
(From The Argus)
Photographer turns personal tragedy into opportunity. British freelance photographer Giles Duley, who suffered horrific injuries while working in Afghanistan, is on a mission to educate the western world about the consequences of war in that country. Despite losing both his legs and an arm after stepping on a homemade bomb in Afghanistan, he returned to the war ravaged country so he could tell the stories of those whose lives had been devastated by the conflict...
Why fewer ground reports are emerging from Syria. Among the journalists I know covering Syria, almost everyone is swearing off crossing the border and going inside the country. It’s not the threat of violence that’s stopping people, but the risk of kidnapping.Working in Syria during the war has always been dangerous. Since March 2011, the conflict has claimed the lives of at least 24 journalists and 60 citizen journalists. But for those working inside, there were ways to limit exposure to violence and there was relative comfort in knowing that you could trust the people around you...
(The Christian Science Monitor)
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It's more than halfway through 2013 and 31 journalists have now been killed.
Syria is by far the most dangerous country, accounting for more than half the deaths at 16.
The current breakdown is as follows:
Here's a look at the last 3 confirmed killings according to CPJ:
July 9, 2013, in Semender, Russia
Akhmednabi Akhmednabiyev, 53, deputy editor of the independent news outlet Novoye Delo and a contributor to the independent regional news website Kavkazsky Uzel, was shot dead at 7 a.m. outside his house in Semender, a suburb of Makhachkala, capital of Dagestan, according to regional and international press reports. A gunman shot at the journalist from a car before fleeing the scene, the independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta reported.
Ahmed Assem el-Senousy
Freedom and Justice
July 8, 2013, in Cairo, Egypt
Ahmed Assem el-Senousy, a photographer for the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice newspaper, was killed while covering clashes in Cairo, according to news reports. El-Senousy, 26, was shot by a sniper after photographing security forces firing on pro-Morsi protesters, Freedom and Justice reported. El-Senousy had been covering clashes between security forces and pro-Morsi protesters at the Republican Guards headquarters, which left at least 54 dead, according to news reports. The protests came the week after the Egyptian military announced the removal of former president Mohamed Morsi.
July 5, 2013, in Damascus, Syria
Al-Baali, 20, died of shrapnel wounds he sustained from government shelling of Qaboun district in Damascus in early June, according to news reports. Al-Baali had left Qaboun and was on his way to cover Jobar, another neighborhood torn apart by the conflict, when he was injured by the mortar strike, the reports said. The journalist was hospitalized for several weeks in a coma before he died.
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Back in June, the Australian Defence Force began an investigation after the Facebook pages were believed to be linked to Australian soldiers and veterans.
ABC News reports:
"The ADF says during the course of the investigation, the number of serving Army members believed to be associated with the incident was revised down from 10 to two serving members.
It says disciplinary action was taken against one soldier who was found guilty of prejudicial conduct and fined five days' pay and was given a severe reprimand.
The ADF says there was insufficient evidence to charge the second soldier.
The investigation into the matter is now closed and the ADF says no further disciplinary action will be taken.”
The past few months have been difficult for the ADF in terms of social media.
At the same time of the investigation into the demeaning Facebook pages, several ADF soldiers were suspended or investigated for allegedly filming themselves having sex with military and civilian women, then circulating the images and video through email.
The incidents prompted Australian Lieutenant General David Morrison to post a video with a strong message to ADF soldiers which went viral almost immediately.
WIKIPEDIA: Australian Defence Force
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CID warns of dating site scams, social networking. The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, commonly known as CID, continues to warn the greater Army community and the American public, to be vigilant of Internet scams and impersonation fraud, especially within popular social networking and dating websites. CID special agents frequently receive reports from around the world of various scams involving criminals pretending to be U.S. Soldiers. These scam artists often portray themselves as male U.S. Soldiers; then prey on the unsuspecting victim’s emotions, leading to nothing more than broken promises and an empty bank account for their victims...
(The Fort Campbell Courier News)
Intriguing documentary tracks Afghan photojournalists covering their war-torn country. If you still believe in the power of photojournalism you should consider funding a new documentary about Afghan photographers covering their war-torn, native country. The documentary, called "Frame by Frame," is a Kickstarter project launched by Brooklyn-based directors Alexandria Bombach and Mo Scarpelli...
Pentagon propaganda websites under fire. Pentagon propaganda websites aimed at countering terrorism in foreign countries would be shut down under a Senate measure sponsored by the chairman of the Armed Services Committee, according to his office...
Syrian Electronic Army no longer just Twitter feed jackers... and that's bad news. The Syrian Electronic Army is starting to pose a serious risk to enemies of the Assad regime in both Syria and further afield, according to security watchers. Reports that the SEA managed to take over three personal email accounts of White House employees remain unconfirmed. However, recent worrying attacks on VoIP apps Viber and Tango mean that officials and security researchers need to keep a closer eye on the group, argues anti-malware tools firm FireEye...
TV Media reporter sacked for “Liking” a post on Facebook. A reporter of a private TV channel, 1TV Media was sacked from his job after he “Liked” a post on Facebook social media website. Rohullah Arman lost his job after he “Liked” a post which was published by another user of Facebook, regarding the addition of a 1TV Media official who is a German citizen into Exit control List (ECL) by the government of Afghanistan, and the detention of the official by Afghan police in Kabul Airport...
Facebook shows Warsaw residents marking anniversary of 1944 anti-Nazi uprising. WARSAW, Poland — Sirens wailed and traffic in downtown Warsaw stopped for a minute on Thursday to honor the thousands of people who died trying to liberate the city from Germany's Nazi forces during World War II. This year some observances were shown live on Facebook for the first time. The Warsaw Rising Museum's Facebook page showed people honoring their fallen heroes...
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(The Washington Post)
Facebook Isn't the Key to Catching Terrorists. The Associated Press reported Tuesday that U.N. investigators have asked for the private details of Somali pirates’ Facebook profiles—and that top Facebook officials, chastened by Edward Snowden’s revelation that the company had provided the NSA with emails and pictures, said no...
Facebook rebuffs UN team request on Somali pirates. United Nations investigators hoped they would get some help from Facebook when they asked to see information on suspected pirates operating in Somalia. But Facebook refused...
Behind lonely troops lurks online con with fake IDs, photos. GoodSoul87 said he was just looking for love, but it didn’t take long for Debby Wadsworth to figure out he was after something else. When she signed up for an online dating site called CountryMatch.com, the Maple Grove, Minn., woman got an almost immediate hit from GoodSoul87. He described himself as a muscular 6-foot, 50-year-old nonsmoker, nondrinker from Georgia. He told her he was looking for a woman and, more importantly, a friend: “One to whom you can pour out all the contents of your heart."
Syrian war takes center stage on Ramadan TV series. Blasts echo in the distance as two longtime friends and neighbors sit along a narrow street in old Damascus chatting about Syria, when one of them calls the civil war raging in their home country a "crisis."
Veterans from both sides of WWII tell stories at packed meetings. One served in the German Army during World War II. The other served with the African-American Buffalo Soldiers of the 92nd Infantry Division. Within the past week, on different nights at two locations to capacity crowds, the men, now both in their 90s, who fought on opposite sides of the European Theater in World War II told their stories — tales that slowly are being lost to history as more and more who fought in WWII pass away...
Twitter back when: microblogging also popular in the 19th century. These tweets are two centuries old. Twitter's 140-character microblogging platform was revolutionary when Jack Dorsey and friends introduced it in 2006 -- or it seemed revolutionary, anyway...
Hezbollah suspect behind Burgas attack active on Facebook. The Lebanese-Australian Hezbollah suspect Meliad Farah, who is sought by the Bulgarian authorities for his role in a deadly terrorist bombing of an Israeli tour bus last July, may be active on the social media outlet Facebook...
Enfield Man Documents Town's Civil War Soldiers. Ted Polinski, 55, has been a history buff since junior high school. But it wasn't until his childhood friend Mike Leroy took him on a walk through the Enfield Street Cemetery a few years ago that he became interested in the graves of Civil War soldiers...
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The Wall Street Journal, one of the first sites to write about the hack, reported, "The unauthorized Thomson Reuters tweets said they originated from the Syrian Electronic Army, which often posts messages supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.”
The popular website BuzzFeed published several of the political cartoon images that were posted to the Thomson Reuters account before it was suspended by Twitter.
The account is now back online.
This is not the first time the Syrian Electronic Army has hacked the account of a major news organizations and won't be the last.
In May, the Twitter accounts of the Daily Telegraph, ITV News, The Onion and E! Online were hacked.
In April, the Twitter account of The Associated Press was hacked and a tweet was sent out about explosions at the White House. CBS accounts were also hacked the same month.
March saw three BBC Twitter accounts hijacked.
And those aren’t even all of the attacks in 2013.
More on the story of the latest Twitter hacking over at Digits.
Images of the political cartoons can be viewed here.
WIKIPEDIA: Syrian Electronic Army
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A Day in the Life of Civil War Reenactors. When Hope Rouda married Dave, she received the first clue when their honeymoon included a stop at the Shiloh Battlefield. David is a history buff and the Civil War holds a particular fascination for him. Fourteen years and two sons later, the whole family is involved with reenactments of the Civil War. They were in Gettysburg recently for the grand celebration of the 150 year anniversary of the Civil War...
Pentagon Spokesman: Public Affairs Must Change With Times. The Defense Department is facing a once-in-a-generation change, and its public affairs practitioners around the world need to communicate that change clearly, the Pentagon’s chief spokesman said today. George Little, assistant to the secretary of defense for public affairs, spoke to commissioned, enlisted, civilian and contract employee defense public affairs professionals gathered at the Defense Media Activity’s headquarters on Fort Meade in Maryland. Little’s remarks also were webcast...
Most decorated veteran shares story of torture, freedom. The most highly decorated member of the U.S. armed forces since Gen. Douglas MacArthur spoke Monday night at Papillion-La Vista High School to a nearly full auditorium. Retired Air Force Col. George “Bud” Day, a Medal of Honor recipient who has more than 70 other decorations, spoke as part of Patriotic Productions ongoing series featuring veterans talking about their experiences both during and after their service...
Follow Plain military activities on Twitter. THE latest news and information about military activities on Salisbury Plain is now just a click away with the launch of a new Twitter hashtag. People who live near the training area or who visit it for work or recreation can now keep up-to-date on issues such as firing times, access and military manoeuvres by searching #modontheplain...
Heart-wrenching photo captures a compelling story. Re: 'Wait for me, Daddy' photograph to be memorialized in bronze, Page A4, July 25 The touching 1940 image captured by The Province photographer convincingly proves the adage "a picture is worth a thousand words." An un-cropped picture shows what appears to be the entire British Columbia Regiment marching in "column of route" (with the distant rear of the column disappearing over the horizon) on their way for further training on Vancouver Island prior to the Second World War European deployment...
(The Vancouver Sun)
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(The Hollywood Reporter)
Keeping connected. As I watched the video of the aircraft carrier the USS Harry S. Truman sail away from Naval Station Norfolk with my son on it this week I thought about how many families never had the opportunity to see such a sight. I didn’t get to go to the pier to watch in person, as the strike group left for the Mediterranean and eventually to the Persian Gulf, but thanks to the local news agencies accessible online, I did get to see it. In fact, the Navy was going to live stream the event. but the satellite connection failed and to my disappointment the event did not happen...
(Delaware County Journal)
Polish photojournalist kidnapped in Syria. A Polish photojournalist has been kidnapped by masked gunmen in northern Syria, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said on Thursday, calling for his "immediate and unconditional release"...
'Insider' leaks secrets from heart of Mugabe regime on Facebook. Zimbabwe’s national army chiefs are at “loggerheads”, it was reported this week, as they argue over public funds to be paid to them through various shell companies. This unconfirmed report is the work of a “deep throat”, who claims to be revealing the murky dealings of the Mugabe regime...
Aerial photographer recalls Korean War duty. Bob Hart of Smithfield served as an aerial photographer during the Korean War, and on Friday he fondly recalled his service as America prepares to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of fighting. Hart flew reconnaissance missions in a B-29 Superfortress, documenting damage from bombing runs, snapping photos of Russian ships and other targets...
Egypt army signals tougher tactics: Facebook page. The Egyptian army is ready to turn its guns on anyone carrying out "black violence and terrorism" after protests planned for Friday, it said in a statement posted on a Facebook page affiliated to the military...
Franco-US photographer held in Syria released. A Franco-American photographer who had been detained in Syria since April has been freed and arrived safely in Paris this week, the French foreign ministry said. Jonathan Alpeyrie, who works for the New York-based Polaris Images photo agency and has travelled to several conflict zones in the past, flew into the French capital on Wednesday...
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