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Air Force Times
F-16s that crashed over Georgia high-tech, but built in 1993Joint National Guard Base in Eastover, S.C. (Photo: Sussana M. Schafer/AP) For
F-16s that crashed over Georgia high-tech, but built in 1993
Air Force Times / Posted 21 days ago
Joint National Guard Base in Eastover, S.C. (Photo: Sussana M. Schafer/AP) For years, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh has warned about the dangers of flying aircraft that are decades older than the pilots who fly them. "Airplanes... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
F-16s that crashed over Georgia high-tech, but built in 1993good shape," but the Air Force has lost fighter jets due to structural fatigue.
F-16s that crashed over Georgia high-tech, but built in 1993
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 22 days ago
good shape," but the Air Force has lost fighter jets due to structural fatigue. For years, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh has warned about the dangers of flying aircraft that are decades older than the pilots who fly them. "Airplanes... Read more
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FOX Business
8 Billionaires Just Bet on Facebook Inc. Stockwould have been a banner quarter. Facebook's stellar results were led by its 5
8 Billionaires Just Bet on Facebook Inc. Stock
FOX Business / Posted 29 days ago
would have been a banner quarter. Facebook's stellar results were led by its 57% jump in advertising sales. CEO Mark Zuckerberg doesn't share specifics, but video spots and monetizing Instagram almost certainly played key roles in its... Read more
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FOX Business
8 Billionaires Just Bet on Facebook Inc. Stockwould have been a banner quarter. Facebook's stellar results were led by its 5
8 Billionaires Just Bet on Facebook Inc. Stock
FOX Business / Posted 29 days ago
would have been a banner quarter. Facebook's stellar results were led by its 57% jump in advertising sales. CEO Mark Zuckerberg doesn't share specifics, but video spots and monetizing Instagram almost certainly played key roles in its... Read more
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Newsmax
Doctors Dare to Say 'Cure' as Terminal Cancer Patients Survivehave gone into complete remission, many of whom had tried three prior types of
Doctors Dare to Say 'Cure' as Terminal Cancer Patients Survive
Newsmax / Posted 30 days ago
have gone into complete remission, many of whom had tried three prior types of therapy and failed, according to Marcela Maus, director of cellular immunotherapy at Massachusetts General Hospital’s cancer center. Now the wait is on for more... Read more
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