V.23 No.17 |
The Daily Word in no toe shoes for soldiers, The Rob Ford Show and the world's fastest beer mile.
In the news: KAFB could be fined 10,000 dollars per day, DOJ's first community meeting, Beyonce took a picture, Police have charged a third man, Kim Jong-Il looking at things, Kim Jong-Un is surrounded by people taking notes, bits of marital wisdom, How to keep crickets in a box, What is a photocopier?, wackos from far and wide, Army has forbidden soldiers to wear toe shoes, Runaway beer blimp, A beer mile, a weird visor, Rob Ford's story as a TV show
V.22 No.29 |
The Daily Word in roll-coaster mishaps, a royal baby and Carlsbad farmers
In the news: Something royal, murder victims in East Cleveland, Texas Giant, recently ousted president of Egypt, Matthew Mares in Los Lunas, 27-year-old Christopher Torres, Carlsbad farmers, If you fake cancer and take $9,000 in donations
V.21 No.39 |
The Daily Word in Insane Clown Posse, Iggy and The Stooges, The Thing With Two Heads, and The Army.
Why Tylenol bottles are so hard to open
In the news: counterfeit hundies, Gary Johnson, The Vatican, Sam the Record Man, Baltimore's answer to Punxsutawney Phil, the first Compact Discs, Klingon Style, I'll breathe zinc cadmium sulfide, Insane Clown Posse, world's largest Ferris Wheel, Turkish, Iggy and The Stooges, obnoxious, conjoined twins can drive, since the seventies, because she woke him up, Most awesome movie death-scene, When Romney loses, Tommy Tucker the squirrel, the Tylenol murders
V.21 No.34 | 8/23/2012
From the Foxhole
Potshots in the Temple
The making of an Army bigot
The Alibi’s Army veteran columnist remembers life at Fort Bragg, where the man responsible for the Sikh temple shooting was also trained.
V.20 No.15 | 4/14/2011
The Army spent billions developing a secret code.
When I was in the army they were working on a secret code: "One" meant "I don't know."
V.19 No.45 | 11/11/2010
Courtesy of Steve Loomis
A gay soldier's life of service
Lt. Col. Steve Loomis was discharged from the military in 1997, five days before he was eligible for retirement. He'd been in the Army on active duty for almost 20 years and in the Reserve for another 10.
V.19 No.11 | 3/18/2010
A Nurse in Wartime
On the seventh anniversary of the Iraq invasion, a New Mexico nurse discusses her service
When people hear about nurses serving in war, they probably picture a woman in white tending to wounded soldiers on the battlefield. Modern American military nursing, however, goes beyond providing comfort to our uniformed service people. Nurses may dress the wounds of the enemy. They may deploy to New Orleans to salvage lives in a temporary hospital. Some military nurses may get the chance to share their skills and knowledge with Iraqi women in makeshift classrooms. Others may find themselves witnessing history firsthand as Saddam Hussein’s guilty verdict is being read.
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