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Topic - Pat Tillman
Indiana University is offering scholarships for veterans, active military service members and their spouses through a partnership with the Pat Tillman Foundation.
Ohio State University will offer scholarships for veterans, active military service members and their spouses through a partnership with the Pat Tillman Foundation.
A panelist who appeared on a segment of ESPN’s “Around the Horn” discussion said sports games would be a lot better if they didn’t open with the National Anthem.
Speaking out for the first time since he resigned, retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal takes the blame for a Rolling Stone article and the unflattering comments attributed to his staff about the Obama administration that ended his Afghanistan command and army career.
Their faces hidden, many hockey goalies distinguish themselves with the elaborate designs painted on their masks.
The south steps of Arizona State's football stadium became a shrine in the days after Pat Tillman's death, covered in flags and flowers, signs and mementos.
Mary Tillman doesn't want any more congressional hearings or official inquiries.
An old soldier once remarked that combining the words "military" and "justice" produces an oxymoron more aimed at finding a scapegoat to protect the particular service and those at its highest levels than producing any semblance of fairness. But when the spotlight gets too hot someone has to be found to pay for the damage, and all bets are off about whom that might be.
McChrystal approved a Silver Star for valor, with a citation that stated Tillman had been cut down by "devastating enemy fire."