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Freeman journal
Thank you, veteransHe retired in 1988. "My three oldest kids were born in Combat Arms Hospitals,"
Thank you, veterans
Freeman journal / Posted 8 days ago
He retired in 1988. "My three oldest kids were born in Combat Arms Hospitals," he said. When the Honor Flight arrived at Dulles International Airport a few hours later, not only were there dozens of local residents to welcome them and pay... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
Thank you, veteransHe retired in 1988. "My three oldest kids were born in Combat Arms Hospitals,"
Thank you, veterans
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 8 days ago
He retired in 1988. "My three oldest kids were born in Combat Arms Hospitals," he said. When the Honor Flight arrived at Dulles International Airport a few hours later, not only were there dozens of local residents to welcome them and pay... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
Chesapeake team again wins Dulles plane pullof power pullers from the Chesapeake Sheriff's Office has won the Dulles Plane
Chesapeake team again wins Dulles plane pull
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 8 days ago
of power pullers from the Chesapeake Sheriff's Office has won the Dulles Plane Pull. In the charity event held Saturday at Dulles International Airport, teams of 25 pay a $1,500 entry fee for the right to pull an Airbus A-320 for a distance of... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Bomb dogs failed dozens of tests at 10 large U.S. airportsthat could cause unnecessary airport evacuations. Dog teams failed 21 times at
Bomb dogs failed dozens of tests at 10 large U.S. airports
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 11 days ago
that could cause unnecessary airport evacuations. Dog teams failed 21 times at Los Angeles International, and 10 times at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C., during the same time period. Teams at Chicago's O'Hare, Reagan... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bomb-sniffing dogs fail dozens of tests at 10 airports in the U.S.have led to unnecessary airport evacuations. K-9 teams teams failed 21 times a
Bomb-sniffing dogs fail dozens of tests at 10 airports in the U.S.
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
have led to unnecessary airport evacuations. K-9 teams teams failed 21 times at Los Angeles International, and 10 times at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C. Failures were also detected at Chicago's O'Hare, Reagan National in... Read more
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NBC News
Bomb detection dogs failed dozens of tests at 10 large U.S. airportsthat could cause unnecessary airport evacuations. Dog teams failed 21 times at
Bomb detection dogs failed dozens of tests at 10 large U.S. airports
NBC News / Posted 11 days ago
that could cause unnecessary airport evacuations. Dog teams failed 21 times at Los Angeles International, and 10 times at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C. during the same time period. Teams at Chicago's O'Hare, Reagan... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
9/11: Airport agent who checked in hijackers remembers11, 2001. For Vaughn Allex of Leesburg, Va., that memory is especially painful
9/11: Airport agent who checked in hijackers remembers
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 15 days ago
11, 2001. For Vaughn Allex of Leesburg, Va., that memory is especially painful. He was an American Airlines station agent at Dulles International Airport and he checked in two of the hijackers on Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon, killing... Read more
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11 News Houston
9/11: Airport agent who checked in hijackers remembersFor Vaughn Allex of Leesburg, Va., that memory is especially painful. He was an
9/11: Airport agent who checked in hijackers remembers
11 News Houston / Posted 15 days ago
For Vaughn Allex of Leesburg, Va., that memory is especially painful. He was an American Airlines station agent at Dulles International Airport and he checked in two of the hijackers on Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon, killing 184... Read more
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USA Today
9/11: Airport agent who checked in hijackers remembersFor Vaughn Allex of Leesburg, Va., that memory is especially painful. He was an
9/11: Airport agent who checked in hijackers remembers
USA Today / Posted 15 days ago
For Vaughn Allex of Leesburg, Va., that memory is especially painful. He was an American Airlines station agent at Dulles International Airport and he checked in two of the hijackers on Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon, killing 184... Read more
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NBC Washington
Heat Wave Continues Saturdayfive-day heat wave has included record- and near record-breaking heat. Yesterda
Heat Wave Continues Saturday
NBC Washington / Posted 17 days ago
five-day heat wave has included record- and near record-breaking heat. Yesterday, a record high of 96 degrees was recorded at Dulles International Airport, breaking the previous record of 93 degrees. Saturday is expected to be the last day of the... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
Veterans gather at Webster County Fairgrounds in preparation for 13th Honor Flightand the Marine Corps War Memorial, are planned. The flight is scheduled to dep
Veterans gather at Webster County Fairgrounds in preparation for 13th Honor Flight
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 19 days ago
and the Marine Corps War Memorial, are planned. The flight is scheduled to depart at approximately 6:20 a.m. and will land at Dulles International Airport in Loudoun and Fairfax counties in Virginia. The flight will arrive back in Fort Dodge... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
Veterans gather at Webster County Fairgrounds in preparation for 13th Honor Flightand the Marine Corps War Memorial, are planned. The flight is scheduled to dep
Veterans gather at Webster County Fairgrounds in preparation for 13th Honor Flight
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 19 days ago
and the Marine Corps War Memorial, are planned. The flight is scheduled to depart at approximately 6:20 a.m. and will land at Dulles International Airport in Loudoun and Fairfax counties in Virginia. The flight will arrive back in Fort Dodge... Read more

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