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NASCAR: More American Than Ever Thanks to Jeffrey Earnhardt and Nine Line Apparel

Original article from hannity.com: Just when you thought NASCAR and the auto racing industry couldn’t get any more patriotic, Jeffrey Earnhardt and Nine Line Apparel teamed up to raise awareness for U.S. service members, veterans, and their families. It all began over Memorial Day Weekend during the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., when Nine Line emblazoned the names of 617 fallen…

Bottom of the order, top of the line

HOW A BHAM EXEC PLANS TO BREAK INTO ALABAMA’S STACKED LINEUP OF DEFENSE Alabama has long been known for its hefty contributions to the nation’s defense industry, but historically, most of the state’s major operations called places like Huntsville, Anniston or Montgomery home. As contracts continue to pour out of the Pentagon and elsewhere, Alabama remains a key player on…

Sheriff’s K-9s put to work immediately

WAYNESBORO, Ga — Axle and Leo had barely recuperated from a month-long training class in Savannah when they were immediately put to work on their first big assignment: locating a murder suspect. Axle, a 2-year-old German Shepherd, and Leo, a 2-year-old Belgian Malinois, are the Burke County Sheriff’s Office first K-9s. For the past month, the dogs and their handlers,…

Democrats Mistakenly Display Russian Ships at National Convention

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — In the midst of one of the biggest political gatherings of the election cycle, the Democratic Party made a huge mistake during a tribute to veterans at their national convention. When showing a slideshow demonstrating American military might, someone accidentally included a photo of Russian ships. “The ships are definitely Russian,” said noted naval author Norman Polmar…

U.S. Army Approves Special Forces Women Selection

FORT BRAGG, N.C. — According to a report from Shadowspear, the US Army has officially approved the admission of two female officers into the Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS) course. SFAS, after completing Airborne School, is the first step in the Special Forces pipeline. “Two females met the requirements for SFAS and were nominated by the [Army Special Operations…