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  • GOP resolution rejects amnesty for illegals

    State Republican officials from across the country on Thursday will formally break with the desire of President Bush and other top Republican leaders to include amnesty and other benefits for illegal aliens in immigration-reform legislation.


  • Letters to the Editor

    Two responsibilities, one Guard The article "A voice for the Guard" (Commentary, Sunday) was a wonderful commentary on our country's brave men and women serving in the Army and Air National Guard.


  • Letters to the Editor

    Two responsibilities, one Guard The article "A voice for the Guard" (Commentary, Sunday) was a wonderful commentary on our country's brave men and women serving in the Army and Air National Guard.


  • A voice for the Guard

    The Army National Guard has been around for more than 370 years as the first military responder to random attacks on our settlers, national disasters, such as Hurricane Katrina or wildfires in the West, and defense missions abroad. The Guard has been regarded as an adjunct force of our Army.


  • A voice for the Guard

    The Army National Guard has been around for more than 370 years as the first military responder to random attacks on our settlers, national disasters, such as Hurricane Katrina or wildfires in the West, and defense missions abroad. The Guard has been regarded as an adjunct force of our Army.


  • Nobles and Knaves

    Noble: Worthe Holt, the 2007 Indiana Aviator of the Year. He's a board-certified physician and a colonel in the Indiana Air National Guard. He's the executive vice president and regional chief operating officer of St. Vincent Health, an Indianapolis not-for-profit hospital and health care system. The number of flying hours he logs to maintain his status as a combat pilot basically amounts to that of a full-time soldier and he still manages to coach his two sons' ice hockey team.


  • Bush braces Americans for prolonged struggle in Iraq

    President Bush yesterday used a July Fourth speech to airmen in West Virginia to brace Americans for another year of war in Iraq, saying the U.S. struggled for six years in the Revolutionary War to win independence from Britain.


  • Hot line cuts red tape

    Every day for weeks on end, injured Army pilot Joseph Luciano talked to an answering machine at Walter Reed hospital, trying to get an appointment for a heart scan.


  • Fewer blacks enter military

    ASSOCIATED PRESS


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