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By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2010
A Maryland soldier died Thursday in Iraq, the U.S. Department of Defense said. Sgt. John F. Burner III, 32, of Baltimore, who was based at Fort Gordon, Ga., died as a result of a medical condition in Iskandariya, Iraq, said fort spokesman Buz Yarnell. He was not killed in combat. Sergeant Burner's unit, the 63rd Signal Battalion (Expeditionary), 35th Signal Brigade, deployed Aug. 21, Yarnell said. He said Sergeant Burner was survived by his wife and two daughters, ages 6 and 2, who live in Grovetown, Ga., near the base.
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By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2010
John Burner Jr. always worried about the safety of his sons while they served in Iraq, but he was confident in the medical response for injured comrades. But the Catonsville man is left with doubts about the military's treatment of noncombat ailments after his eldest, Sgt. John F. Burner III, 32, died Thursday in Iskandariya while awaiting treatment for a respiratory illness as he traveled to join his battalion. "You're trained in trauma, but you're not trained for the common cold, or flu, or H1N1," said John Burner, 56. His son was a satellite systems team chief assigned to the 63rd Signal Battalion (Expeditionary)
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By Greg Miller and Greg Miller,Los Angeles Times | October 10, 2008
WASHINGTON - U.S. intelligence analysts eavesdropped on personal calls between Americans overseas and their families back home and monitored the communications of workers with the Red Cross and other humanitarian organizations, according to U.S. military linguists involved in U.S. surveillance programs. The accounts are the most detailed to date to challenge the assertions of President Bush, CIA Director Michael V. Hayden and other administration officials that the United States' controversial overseas wiretapping activities have been carefully monitored to prevent abuse and invasion of U.S. citizens' privacy.
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By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2010
A Maryland soldier died Thursday in Iraq, the U.S. Department of Defense said. Sgt. John F. Burner III, 32, of Baltimore, who was based at Fort Gordon, Ga., died as a result of a medical condition in Iskandariya, Iraq, said fort spokesman Buz Yarnell. He was not killed in combat. Sergeant Burner's unit, the 63rd Signal Battalion (Expeditionary), 35th Signal Brigade, deployed Aug. 21, Yarnell said. He said Sergeant Burner was survived by his wife and two daughters, ages 6 and 2, who live in Grovetown, Ga., near the base.
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By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2010
John Burner Jr. always worried about the safety of his sons while they served in Iraq, but he was confident in the medical response for injured comrades. But the Catonsville man is left with doubts about the military's treatment of noncombat ailments after his eldest, Sgt. John F. Burner III, 32, died Thursday in Iskandariya while awaiting treatment for a respiratory illness as he traveled to join his battalion. "You're trained in trauma, but you're not trained for the common cold, or flu, or H1N1," said John Burner, 56. His son was a satellite systems team chief assigned to the 63rd Signal Battalion (Expeditionary)
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April 28, 1991
Pfc. Timothy T. Sank Jr. has graduated from a helicopter repairer course at Fort Eustis, Newport News, Va.During the course, studentslearned to perform direct and general support maintenance on helicopters. Also included were instruction in safety practices, usage of ground support equipment and special and precision tools.Sank is the son of Jane S. Wright of Pasadena and Timothy T. SankSr. of Annapolis.He graduated in 1986 from Cardinal Gibbons HighSchool, Baltimore, and received an associate degree in 1990 from Anne Arundel Community College.
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June 16, 1991
Sgt. Douglas D. Huston has graduated from the communications-computer systems programming specialist course at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss.The sergeant is the son of Merlyn D. and Martha A. Huston of Clinton.His wife, Melinda, is the daughter of retired Air Force Master Sgt. Clinton F. and Irene Cavanaugh of Glen Burnie.He is a 1984 graduate of Surrattsville High School.CARR GRADUATES COURSEAirman Christopher A. Carr has graduated from the airlift aircraft maintenance specialist course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita, Texas.
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May 2, 2002
Clarksville Elementary School will hold its Spring Fling from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 11. Games, prizes, raffles, a plant sale, face-painting, nail-painting, a silent auction, martial arts demonstrations and other entertainment, a barbecue, nachos, pizza, hot dogs, snowballs and cotton candy are planned. Turner, Dean of Magic, will perform, and the Ravens' mascot will be on hand. Information: 410-531-3946. International Night slated at River Hill High School The International Club of River Hill High School will hold its second RHHS International Night at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | November 3, 1991
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Bill Bricker was way over his head in, well, insect dung before he got bold and decided to call CC-84 what it really was.Kricket Krap.Now his fertilizer sales have more than quadrupled and people all over the country have called asking just how he managed to gather the manure of so many jumping bugs.It seems that most gardeners hadn't given much thought before to whether crickets, to put it plainly, poop. And after considering the idea, some simply refused to believe it."Hey, I didn't fall off a turnip truck yesterday," a man snarled when Mr. Bricker tried to sell him a sack of Kricket Krap.
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February 16, 2004
William August Hornung, a telephone company employee active in the Special Olympics for 29 years, died of cancer Friday at his Reisterstown home. He was 69. A Baltimore native, he graduated from Forest Park High School in 1954 and worked for the Western Electric Co., which was then part of American Telephone and Telegraph Co. He served in the Army and Army Reserves from 1956 until 1962. He was stationed at Fort Gordon, Ga., and Fort Jackson., S.C., and spent one year in Germany. In 1958, he moved into an Army landing-craft unit in Curtis Bay. He was a staff sergeant when he received an honorable discharge.
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By Greg Miller and Greg Miller,Los Angeles Times | October 10, 2008
WASHINGTON - U.S. intelligence analysts eavesdropped on personal calls between Americans overseas and their families back home and monitored the communications of workers with the Red Cross and other humanitarian organizations, according to U.S. military linguists involved in U.S. surveillance programs. The accounts are the most detailed to date to challenge the assertions of President Bush, CIA Director Michael V. Hayden and other administration officials that the United States' controversial overseas wiretapping activities have been carefully monitored to prevent abuse and invasion of U.S. citizens' privacy.
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April 28, 1991
Pfc. Timothy T. Sank Jr. has graduated from a helicopter repairer course at Fort Eustis, Newport News, Va.During the course, studentslearned to perform direct and general support maintenance on helicopters. Also included were instruction in safety practices, usage of ground support equipment and special and precision tools.Sank is the son of Jane S. Wright of Pasadena and Timothy T. SankSr. of Annapolis.He graduated in 1986 from Cardinal Gibbons HighSchool, Baltimore, and received an associate degree in 1990 from Anne Arundel Community College.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | September 15, 2004
Wilbert T. Hanley, a retired state police commander who helped establish its aviation division and held other positions during a 35-year career, died of Alzheimer's disease Monday at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The Perry Hall resident was 90. Mr. Hanley was born in Baltimore and raised near the Cross Street Market. He attended city schools and served during the 1930s on the old Baltimore Park Police Department. Appointed to the state police in 1941, Mr. Hanley spent his early years assigned to the Randallstown barracks and on motorcycle patrol.
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May 19, 1991
Midshipman 1st Class Anthony Lenzi graduated from the Maine MaritimeAcademy with a bachelor's of science degree in marine systems engineering.He also was awarded the U.S. Coast Guard License as an engineer and was commissioned an officer in the Merchant Marine.He has accepted a position as engineer with the Mersck Lines of Denmark.While at Maine Maritime, Lenzi played varsity soccer, lacrosse, and sailed with the academy sailing team.Lenzi is a 1987 graduate of Bel Air High School.HUBER SAILS FOR HOMENavy Seaman Apprentice James J. Huber, son of James M. and Gail Huber of Abingdon, has returned from deployment to the Middle East in support of Operation Desert Storm while serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS John F.Kennedy, home-ported in Norfolk, Va.He is a 1990 graduate of BelAir High School.
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