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  • Governor DeSantis proposes new bill that would crackdown on violent protests

    09/21/2020 5:08:22 PM PDT · by yoe · 9 replies
    ActionNewsJac/CBS ^ | September 21, 2020 | Hannah Lee
    ...for crimes committed during protests. Governor Ron DeSantis announced a new bill Monday that would increase charges for those who participate in a violent or disorderly assembly. DeSantis made the announcement at the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. The bill is called the “Combating Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act." A violent or disorderly assembly would be defined as when seven ore more people are involved in an assembly that causes damage to property or injury to people.
  • Women for America First Demand Mural On New York's Fifth Avenue

    07/09/2020 7:41:00 PM PDT · by Helicondelta · 96 replies
    Amy Kremer ^ | Jul 10, 2020
  • Minnesota National Guard Improves Roadways (MN ANG soldiers and Iraqis restore city streets)

    04/11/2007 6:27:51 PM PDT · by SandRat · 7 replies · 552+ views
    Defend America News ^ | Spc. Brian D. Jesness
    A Minnesota National Guard soldier speaks with a resident of Al Batha, Iraq, last summer before the new construction of the city’s roads. U.S. Army courtesy Photo Minnesota National Guard Improves Roadways Guard soldiers and Iraqi citizens of Al Batha restore city streets. By Spc. Brian D. Jesness Logistics Support Area, Anaconda, Iraq CAMP ADDER, Iraq, April 11, 2007 — Minnesota Army National Guard soldiers and Iraqi citizens of Al Batha recently restored 15 kilometers of Al Batha city streets in southern Iraq. The soldiers of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division's civil military operations team supervised...
  • Troops Help Repair, Secure Baghdad Roadways(HeadhunterCo.; Road work by day, CBTSecurity by Night.)

    04/06/2007 5:45:39 PM PDT · by SandRat · 2 replies · 235+ views
    Defend America News ^ | 1st Lt. Jason Conley
    CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq, April 6, 2007 — While U.S. presence continues to increase throughout Baghdad neighborhoods, one unit has taken on the added responsibility of repairing and securing part of Baghdad’s road system. "The missions are difficult and a lot of planning is required, but the increased mobility and safety is worth it." U.S. Army 1st Lt. Maya Lowell Capt. Matthew Davis and his soldiers from Headquarters Company, 9th Engineer Battalion, spend their days conducting the tasks of repairing the task force’s fleet of vehicles, or providing fuel and logistical support at various locations around Baghdad. The “headhunter” company sets...
  • Engineers repair roadways to better Iraq

    10/18/2006 5:54:03 PM PDT · by SandRat · 5 replies · 276+ views
    Multi-National Forces-Iraq ^ | Lance Cpl. Ryan L. Tomlinson
    Lance Cpl. Christopher T. Hart, 22, a combat engineer with 1st Platoon, Alpha Engineer Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 1, Combat Logistics Regiment 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward) and a native of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., stirs a bucket of wet concrete before repairing a hole in the road while engaging in a route repair mission in Al Anbar Province. AL ASAD - They left the base toting a trailer stocked with cement, shovels, jackhammers and other road repair essentials destined to fix a problem faced by Coalition Forces and Iraqi civilians - big holes in the road. Combat engineers with...
  • Marine combat engineers repair Iraq's roadways

    05/31/2006 4:48:53 PM PDT · by SandRat · 4 replies · 306+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | Cpl. Stephen Holt
    CAMP FALLUJAH, Iraq (May 31, 2006) -- The sound of a cement mixer breaks up the darkness on a lone Iraqi road near the city of Fallujah. Marines are working in what is known as "black out" condition - no light other than the moon and the occasional glimmer of a flashlight. It's 6 a.m. on May 24, and the lazing Iraqi sun will soon be rising. This is the time many Americans get up for work, but for the combat engineers of Charlie Company, they've already put in an eight-hour day. The Marines of Charlie Company, commonly referred to...
  • MSSG-22 improves the roadways in Hit, Iraq

    01/03/2006 3:14:36 PM PST · by SandRat · 4 replies · 470+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | Jan 3, 2005 | Sgt. Robert A. Sturkie
    HIT, Iraq (Jan. 3, 2006) -- While many across the globe celebrated the first day of the New Year with traditional family and friend gatherings, the engineers of MEU Service Support Group 22 had a different way to start 2006; improving the roadways of Hit, Iraq. Working in the pitch black of a moonless night, the engineers of MSSG-22, the combat service support element of the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable), are doing their part to develop the area, filling seemingly endless lines of potholes that are scattered along main routes in and around the town. “It can...