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The man who saved Korea
Walton Walker's legacy of heroic service on the war-torn peninsula lived on in his son.
USAA gives tips for college financial planning
Scott Halliwell, a certified financial planner with USAA, gives us the lowdown.
Ret. Brig. Gen. Leo Brooks Jr. now a Boeing liaison to DOD, NASA and DHS
A decade ago, Leo Brooks was jumping out of airplanes and commanding paratroopers of the "Devils in Baggy Pants" brigade.
Military business power player Jim McLean of NCI Information Systems and the NCDBA
Chairman-elect of the North Carolina Defense Business Association looks to Charlotte and Camp Lejeune.
An Army wife says goodbye to her Fayetteville business, hello to Germany
So Chic Bebe on Hay Street, state licenses, online video resumes and beer. It's all covered in this month's "Combat to Corporate" column.
Stats on the nation's six schools with a corps of cadets
Thinking of attending a school with a corps of cadets? Perhaps these college stats will point you in the right direction.
Army tugboat "Valley Forge" goes up for auction
The long-running Army vessel that used to fight fires will now help build artificial reefs.
Congregations show how Fayetteville worships
Four congregations, four paths to Easter Sunday, whether it be joyous singing or quiet meditation.
Fort Bragg soldiers who started in a corps of cadets
When he was at Fort Bragg several years ago, Henry asked then-Lt. Gen. Terry Scott if he knew any good Aggie jokes.
Students have what it takes to attend The Citadel and Virginia Military Institute
It's a special kind of student who chooses to attend a military college. You're either built for this or you're not.
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