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During the U.S. troop pullout, the State Department needed a Redstone civilian to go to Vietnam in 1973 to oversee the turnover of Army calibration equipment to the Vietnamese army.

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Technology has become an integral part of our society. We are bombarded by phones, computers, tablets and even smart refrigerators every day. Most of the time technology is helpful. It helps us stay connected to loved ones and share our everyday lives. However, the effects of technology on o…

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Construction is underway and an unnamed defense contractor has signed a pre-lease for 75% of a new 40,000 square foot building at 6000 Redstone Gateway, said James Lomax, director of asset management for Corporate Office Properties Trust or COPT.

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Nearly a year after assuming responsibility for all Army housing, Army Materiel Command will host a comprehensive review of the sweeping reforms and improvements made across the enterprise to ensure Soldiers and families have access to high quality on-post housing.

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From unicorns to mermaids, from Minecraft to coloring books, from robots to science kits. From the creative to the simple, the more extravagant to the little surprises, every single bag and box was making the first-graders at Morris K-8 excited about what they saw.

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The annual Nutcracker Military Night delivered a festive outing Thursday for local military families at the Von Braun Center’s Mark C. Smith Concert Hall. A Gold Star family reception preceded the performance by the Huntsville Ballet Company.