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  • Pole Day Qualifying Completed; Martin Looks to Daytona 500

    Feb 12, 2007

    Mark Martin qualified 33rd in Sunday's Pole Day at Daytona International Speedway. The U.S. Army Team will now turn its attention to Thursday's Gatorade Duel qualifying race, as they continue to get ready for Sunday's Daytona 500.

  • Cyber Patrol: Beware of What You Post

    Feb 9, 2007

    Every day a dedicated group of Army experts search the Internet looking at official and unofficial Army Web sites and blogs.

  • The 761st Tank Battalion: Fighting the Enemy, Beating Stereotypes

    Feb 9, 2007

    Nicknamed "the Black Panthers," the Soldiers of the 761st Tank Battalion fought racial stereotypes of the time, but still went on earn the nation's respect and an honored place in military and American history.

  • Soldier Wins High-Definition 'Tiki' in Army MWR Fantasy Football

    Feb 9, 2007

    Spc. Anthony Owens mastered the art of playing fantasy football to win a high-definition television in the U.S. Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation's 2006 Fantasy Football promotion.

  • With Three "Big Brothers" Looking After Him, Smith Ready to Make Cup Debut

    Feb 9, 2007

    If Regan Smith ever feels out of sorts as a rookie in the Nextel Cup garage he knows he has an experienced and friendly support group to seek advice from.

  • Army Aviator to be Awarded Medal of Honor

    Feb 7, 2007

    The White House announced today that President Bush will present the Medal of Honor to Bruce P. Crandall in recognition of his actions at Landing Zone X-Ray during the Battle of Ia Drang, Vietnam, in November 1965.

  • Soldier Volunteers Show Softer Side of War

    Feb 7, 2007

    In a place where chaos and destruction are part of everyday life, smiles can make a world of a difference. Add humanitarian assistance to the equation, combined with a desire to help others, hearts can be won. That's what Soldiers, Airmen and civilians are doing, and they're progressively winning the hearts of Iraqis in Baghdad at the Civil Military Operation Center here.

  • SemperComm to Recognize Creative Troops

    Feb 6, 2007

    The troop-support group SemperComm is asking for nominations for its 2007 awards program recognizing the morale-raising efforts of troops stationed throughout the world.

  • Veteran Driver Set to Make Debut in No. 01 U.S. Army Chevy

    Feb 6, 2007

    Mark Martin's appearance in this Saturday night's Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway will be his record-extending 19th consecutive start and 20th overall. The all-star event will also mark his debut for Ginn Racing in the No. 01 U.S. Army Chevrolet.

  • Wounded War Veterans Reach New Heights

    Feb 6, 2007

    The sky was the limit for six wounded Iraq war veterans who met here Feb. 2 at Sport Rock Indoor Climbing Center.

  • Schumacher Eyes Past With Season Opener Looming

    Feb 5, 2007

    A new NHRA POWERade drag racing season may be right around the corner, but U.S. Army Top Fuel driver, Tony "The Sarge" Schumacher, is still definitely living in the past.

  • 2007 Newman's Own Awards Open for Nominations

    Feb 5, 2007

    Newman's Own, the Fisher House Foundation and the Military Times Media Group are inviting volunteer organizations that serve military families to compete for a share of $75,000 in grants.

  • New Women's Museum Exhibit Features Kentucky National Guard Sergeant

    Feb 5, 2007

    More than 100 people were on hand Saturday as the U.S. Army Women's Museum opened an exhibit recognizing the contributions of women Soldiers during the war on terrorism.

  • VA, FBI Investigate Missing Hard Drive in Birmingham, Ala.

    Feb 5, 2007

    The Department of Veterans Affairs announced last week that an employee reported a government-owned, portable hard drive used by the employee at a department facility in Birmingham, Ala. aEUR" and potentially containing personal information about some veterans aEUR" is missing and may have been stolen.

  • Black Jack Soldiers, CBS Sports Kick Off Inaugural Baghdad Bowl

    Feb 5, 2007

    With the Super Bowl still a day a way, by Saturday afternoon the biggest game in Baghdad had been decided.

  • African-Americans Continue Tradition of Distinguished Service

    Feb 2, 2007

    African-Americans have a long tradition of honorable and distinguished service in America's armed forces, going back 231 years to the nation's birth aEUR" and even before.

  • 'Buffalo Soldiers' Earned Indians' Respect On Frontier

    Feb 2, 2007

    The African-American cavalrymen known as "Buffalo Soldiers" proved that they could ride, shoot and fight as well as anyone else during their service on the American frontier.

  • New Handbook Helps Soldiers Survive First 100 Days in Iraq

    Feb 2, 2007

    A new handbook on how Soldiers can survive their first 100 days in Iraq is now available.

  • Military OneSource Offers Free Online Tax Filing

    Feb 2, 2007

    The Defense Department's Military OneSource family support program is once again offering free, online tax preparation and filing for servicemembers and their families, officials said.

  • Deadline Nears for Commissary Scholarship Program

    Feb 2, 2007

    Military families have an opportunity to apply for scholarships for their children at certain commissaries, but they better do it soon aEUR" the deadline is Feb. 21.

  • Response to Inappropriate Behavior Toward Injured Dog

    Feb 2, 2007

    My sincere thanks to all who brought to the Army's attention a personal and unsanctioned video showing three Soldiers behaving in an appalling and unacceptable manner toward an injured dog in Iraq.

  • Military Working Dogs: The Army's Four-Footed Heroes

    Feb 2, 2007

    Some Army "heroes" serving with Soldiers in the war on terror seldom get publicity, although they, too, have died in combat. They are military working dogs, and during the Vietnam War 281 of these four-footed heroes died in action.

  • Fort Hood Medical Soldiers Awarded for Heroism

    Feb 1, 2007

    It was a busier day than normal at the Camp Aned Battalion Aid Station on the Afghanistan/Pakistan border when Maj. John Oh, a general surgeon attached to the 10th Mountain Division, found himself wondering if he would live to see another day.

  • Referral Bonus Program a Win-Win for Soldiers, Army

    Feb 1, 2007

    The Army's Referral Bonus Pilot Program aEUR" which offers Soldiers and retirees $2,000 for referring future Soldiers aEUR" has achieved some notable successes, said Maj. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick, the commanding general of the U.S. Army Recruiting Command.

  • Little Caesars Pizza Offers Business Opportunity to Veterans

    Feb 1, 2007

    A former Soldier who lost both his legs in an Iraqi-roadside bomb explosion is beginning a new career today because his compelling spirit moved a stranger to give back to those who have served the nation.

  • Converted Infielder Pitches Way to Army Female Athlete of Year Honors

    Jan 31, 2007

    Sgt. Shannon Eichenseer, a two-time All-Armed Forces softball player, has been selected as the Army's 2006 Female Athlete of the Year by the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command.

  • Marathon Runner Named Army's Male Athlete of Year

    Jan 31, 2007

    Staff Sgt. Barry Brill, an endurance runner and bicyclist, has been selected as the Army's 2006 Male Athlete of the Year by the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command.

  • Fort Lewis' Meredith Named Army Coach of the Year

    Jan 31, 2007

    Staff Sgt. (retired) Lonnie Meredith, who led both flag and tackle football teams to successful seasons at Fort Lewis, Wash., has been selected as the Army's 2006 Coach of the Year by the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command.

  • Soldiers, Army Civilians Eligible for Home Copy of Microsoft Office

    Jan 31, 2007

    All Army Soldiers and civilian personnel are now eligible for a licensed copy of Microsoft Office desktop applications to use on a home computer.

  • Army Broadcaster Saves Civilian's Life

    Jan 31, 2007

    They say you never know what you'll do in a life-threatening situation until it occurs, but for one Wiesbaden Soldier "doing the right thing" came as naturally as drawing breath.

  • Ginn Racing Optimistic After Las Vegas Test Session

    Jan 31, 2007

    Ginn Racing concluded a two-day test session at Las Vegas Motor Speedway yesterday afternoon, as the team continues to ready for the fast approaching 2007 season.

  • Army Program Sends Cadets, Company-Grade Officers to Graduate School

    Jan 31, 2007

    The Advanced Civil School Program is offering graduate school opportunities to junior and soon-to-be officers to enhance critical skills throughout the Army.

  • Women's Museum to Open New Exhibit, Honor Silver Star Recipient

    Jan 31, 2007

    The U.S. Army Women's Museum at Fort Lee, Va., is opening a new exhibit recognizing the contributions of women Soldiers during the war on terror.

  • Army Recruits 200th Participant in Partnership for Youth Success Program

    Jan 30, 2007

    The Army signed on Raytheon Corporation as its 200th partner in its Partnership for Youth Success program today at the Pentagon.

  • Wounded Servicemembers Get $50 Million Rehabilitiation Center

    Jan 30, 2007

    An aircraft carrier that sparked the spirits of a nation following the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor during the dark, early days of World War II has become the namesake of the world's most technologically advanced rehabilitation center for amputees and burn victims unveiled during an emotional-packed ceremony here yesterday.

  • $50 Million Rehabilitation Center Opens on Fort Sam Houston

    Jan 30, 2007

    Thanks to the generosity of 600,000 Americans, wounded warriors now have a $50 million state-of-the-art physical rehabilitation facility.

  • Cody Awards First Medal at New Rehab Center

    Jan 29, 2007

    With the star-studded grand opening just a day away, Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Richard A. Cody officiated over the first awards ceremony at the Center for the Intrepid yesterday at Fort Sam Houston.

  • Female Combat Medics Earn Respect from Afghan Army

    Jan 29, 2007

    Oregon Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Jo Turner and Spc. Cheryl Ivanov have found a niche in a "Good Ol' Boys' Club" while serving in Afghanistan.

  • Married Couple Shares Reenlistment 'Vows' at Taji

    Jan 29, 2007

    Justin and Karla Thomsen do just about everything together - even go to war. So it was no surprise that the two 1st Cavalry Division noncommissioned officers reenlisted together here Jan. 25.

  • Army Programs Help Keep Military Marriages Strong

    Jan 29, 2007

    Before Capt. Paul Olsen completed his first tour in Iraq as commander of Company A, 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, his wife, Erin, contemplated what life was like before her husband's most recent deployment; the couple had spent two of the past three years living on different continents.

  • Biggest Loser: Fort Sam Workers Resolve to Lighten Up

    Jan 29, 2007

    Don't call Cheryl Harrison a loser, unless you're referring to her weight. She hopes to drop a few pounds, and dress sizes, as she competes against four other Fort Sam Houston employees for the title of Fort Sam Houston's "Biggest Loser."

  • Chaplains' Reach Out to Soldiers Extended in Afghanistan

    Jan 26, 2007

    U.S. military chaplains serving in Afghanistan want troops who have been extended to know support is there for them. "Hang in there; we're right with you," is what chaplains want recently extended soldiers to know, a senior chaplain said.

  • As Baby Gets Older, Mom Finds Herself Clueless

    Jan 26, 2007

    This is a commentary written by Kamryn Jaroszewski, editor of the "Alaska Post."

  • Protect Your Family: Have a Current Will

    Jan 25, 2007

    There is a commercial on television that shows an older woman depositing quarters into a parking meter and talking about how wonderful it would be if we could do this for additional increments of time added to our lives. The more quarters we put into the "life meter," the more time we could buy.

  • Fort Jackson Officer Helps Stranger Live Another Day

    Jan 25, 2007

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  • Black Jack Officer Follows Path Back to Iraq

    Jan 25, 2007

    Most Soldiers have been to Iraq more than once. Second Lt. Jeremy Reyes has been twice, his first time as a civilian with the Coalition Provisional Authority in 2004.

  • Paratroopers Go to Combat with More Than Equipment

    Jan 25, 2007

    The Army makes sure that every Soldier going into combat has the best hardware and equipment money can buy. But hidden away somewhere underneath all the gear, most Soldiers also carry an item or two that their supply sergeants didn't issue.

  • Army's 'Blue to Green' Program Hits Milestone

    Jan 25, 2007

    The Army's "Blue to Green" program, designed to allow airmen, sailors and Marines affected by force shaping to move to the Army, recently hit a milestone, a Defense Department official said here today.

  • AW2 Meets Wounded Soldiers' Needs

    Jan 25, 2007

    Staff Sgt. Johnathan Holsey was certain his military career had ended on Nov. 10, 2004. That day, just outside Ramadi, Iraq, a roadside bomb exploded, so severely injuring his left leg that it had to be amputated just below the knee.

  • States Declare May 1 'Silver Star Day'

    Jan 25, 2007

    Thanks to the efforts of Silver Star Families of America, Indiana and New Mexico have proclaimed May 1 as "Silver Star Day" to honor the nation's wounded servicemembers.

  • Schumacher Ready to Chase Fourth Straight World Title

    Jan 24, 2007

    While it's only pre-season testing, U.S. Army Top Fuel driver, Tony "The Sarge" Schumacher, clearly considers this weekend's National Time Trials here at Firebird International Raceway the first step towards a possible fourth straight NHRA POWERade world championship.

  • Soldier Honored at State of the Union Address

    Jan 24, 2007

    An Army sergeant who was awarded the Silver Star for his valiant actions in Iraq was honored by President Bush at the annual State of the Union Address here tonight.

  • Soldiers Share War Stories, Help Recruiters Through SRAP

    Jan 24, 2007

    In October, Sgt. Jason Maxwell wasn't too sure about being selected by Department of the Army for recruiting duty. But now that he's served in the Special Recruiter Assistance Program, he's feeling better about it.

  • Schofield Barracks Soldier Completes 100-Miler

    Jan 23, 2007

    While many Soldiers set their sights on the Army Ten Miler, Sgt. Maj. Ruben "Ben" Cavazos keeps his on the 100-mile Hawaiian Ultra Running Team Endurance Run.

  • Retention NCOs, Career Counselors Dispel Reenlistment Rumors

    Jan 23, 2007

    Retention NCOs and career counselors here are advising Soldiers to seek reenlistment information from subject matter experts - not fellow Soldiers, who may not have all the facts.

  • Fort Knox Master Sergeant Saves Trainees, Earns Soldier's Medal

    Jan 23, 2007

    Master Sgt. Jose Rodriguez Ramos doesn't remember the Mustang heading toward his trainees. He doesn't remember grabbing one trainee and pushing him out of the way, or the car slamming into him.

  • New Law Puts More Pressure on VA to Protect Against ID Theft

    Jan 23, 2007

    Last month, President Bush signed into law the Veterans Benefits Improvement Act of 2006.

  • DoDEA Schools Want Teacher, Parent, Student Feedback

    Jan 23, 2007

    Students, parents and teachers have until Feb. 28 to respond to the Department of Defense Education Activity's Customer Satisfaction Survey.

  • Green Beret Awarded Silver Star for Action in Iraq

    Jan 23, 2007

    A Special Forces Soldier, formerly of the 5th Special Forces Group based at Fort Campbell, Ky., was recognized for valorous actions in Iraq during a ceremony at the Heritage Auditorium here, Jan. 19.

  • Military Channel Wants Servicemembers' Stories

    Jan 22, 2007

    The Military Channel is asking servicemembers across the armed forces to submit videotaped stories about their service in the global war on terrorism for broadcast on television, company officials said.

  • TILT: Language Learning Via Video Gaming

    Jan 22, 2007

    By the time Soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade and other units of the Southern European Task Force here have stepped foot in Iraq, they've already spoken Arabic face-to-face with Iraqis on Baghdad streets.

  • Soldiers Reenlist for Values, Camaraderie

    Jan 22, 2007

    Leadership, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, personal courage - these are the Army values and also seven good reasons to reenlist.

  • Taji Troops Enjoy Pizza from Home

    Jan 22, 2007

    The generosity of an infantryman's parents working in coordination with a major pizza restaurant's corporate office provided a feast to some Soldiers here Jan. 18.

  • Mechanics Put Armor Between Troops, Enemies

    Jan 22, 2007

    For Soldiers traversing the streets of Baghdad, there is no such thing as too much protection. Whether it's safety in numbers, cover from enemy fire or even armor on their vehicles, Soldiers who routinely serve outside the wire have an insatiable appetite for life-saving commodities.

  • Secret Soldiers Keep Pilots Alive in Iraq

    Jan 22, 2007

    Soldiers in the 1st Air Cavalry Brigade's security section never talk about their daily adventures or how they help save the lives of fellow Soldiers in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Virtually everything they do is a secret.

  • TSGLI One Year Later: Helping Soldiers, Dispelling Myths

    Jan 19, 2007

    Dec. 1, 2006 marked the one-year anniversary of the establishment of Traumatic Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance. During the first year, the Congressionally-mandated insurance program provided more than $179 million to traumatically-injured members of the Armed Services. Of that, more than $113 million was paid to Army Soldiers - more than twice the next highest service.

  • Soldiers Visit Roots of Faith in Iraq

    Jan 19, 2007

    The Ziggurat, a 50-foot pyramid temple, towers over the vast Iraqi desert. Less than a mile away sits the royal palace, which was the capital of Sumeria more than 6,000 years ago. This is Ur, one of the world's oldest cities, and its ruins are all that remains of a society long gone.

  • TAPS Supports Grieving Military Families

    Jan 19, 2007

    Describing the day her husband died, Bonnie Carroll said, "Life just stopped, and it stopped for a long time."

  • Driving for the Guard: Mears Takes the Wheel of No. 25

    Jan 17, 2007

    Casey Mears will drive the No. 25 National Guard/GMAC Chevy Monte Carlo SS in the 2007 NASCAR Nextel Cup and the No. 24 National Guard Chevy in the Busch Racing Series. This is the first year that the Guard will have cars competing in both divisions.

  • Shedding Light on 'Winter Blues'

    Jan 17, 2007

    As quickly as the holidays came, they are now over. For most people the stresses of the season are subsiding, but for others the wintertime blues just won't go away.

  • 'Providers' Give Iraqi Soldiers Tools to Complete Missions

    Jan 17, 2007

    While 10th Mountain Division Soldiers participate in counterinsurgency missions, others in the 2nd Brigade Combat Team are contributing from behind the scenes.

  • Afghan citizens prevent terrorist attack on U.S. base

    Jan 17, 2007

    Two Afghan citizens prevented a terrorist attack yesterday morning when a vehicle loaded with explosives attempted to crash through the front gate of Camp Phoenix.

  • Hall: New Policies to Relieve Stress, Promote Unit Cohesion

    Jan 17, 2007

    The new Defense Department policy limiting the duration of call-ups to 12 months is already in effect for National Guard and Reserve members being ordered to active duty, the senior DoD reserve affairs official reported yesterday.

  • Army Sees 20-Percent Reduction in Accident Fatalities

    Jan 16, 2007

    The Army achieved a 20-percent reduction in accident fatalities in fiscal 2006 according to a recent report on safety.

  • Schumacher Captures Titus Trophy, Looks Ahead to Pre-Season Testing

    Jan 16, 2007

    With pre-season testing but two weeks away, U.S. Army NHRA Top Fuel driver, Tony "The Sarge" Schumacher, is still being reminded of his dramatic 2006 world championship season.

  • Former Ambassador Keeps King's Dream Alive

    Jan 16, 2007

    Pictures flashed on several screens in the auditorium of the Army Test and Evaluation Command in Alexandria Friday as a distinctive voice boomed. The black and white photos showed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as he delivered speeches in towns such as Montgomery, Selma, Memphis and Washington D.C.

  • CRC Expands Safety Reach with New Publication

    Jan 16, 2007

    The knowledge center for all accidental loss is expanding its reach with the production of the U.S. Army's official safety magazine, "Knowledge."

  • Martin, Smith Enjoy Successful First Day at Daytona Pre-Season Thunder

    Jan 16, 2007

    Ginn Racing's Mark Martin and Regan Smith kicked off the first day of this week's Preseason Thunder test session Monday at Daytona International Speedway, with Smith posting the fourth fastest time in the No. 39 Ginn Racing Chevrolet and Martin posting the 15th fastest time in the U.S. Army Chevrolet.

  • Safety Officer's Invention Saves Humvee-Trapped Soldiers

    Jan 16, 2007

    One of the top killers of Soldiers in Iraq isn't necessarily combat-related. Since operations began there in 2003, many Soldiers have died trying to escape Humvees that have rolled into Iraq's numerous irrigation canals.

  • Army announces Information Operations writing contest winners

    Jan 10, 2007

  • Iraqi-American Soldier Serves Proudly

    Jan 10, 2007

    Eight years and many small miracles later, Spc. Jotyar Tile retuned to Iraq and will be serving both his countries.

  • Giving Voices to Iraqi Dead

    Jan 8, 2007

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers archaeologist Dr. Michael "Sonny" Trimble has gone to Iraq to gather and document accurate evidence and tell the story of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis allegedly murdered by Saddam Hussein.

  • West beats East in All-American Bowl

    Jan 7, 2007

    The East running back finds a hole during the first quarter of the "All-American" Bowl all-star football game that split the best players in the nation into East and West squads. The West team won the game 24 to 7 in front of a crowd of 35,151 fans.

  • Army All-Americans recognized

    Jan 6, 2007

    Soldiers, players and Hall of Fame greats shared center stage to honor some of the nation's top high school football players during an awards dinner sponsored by the U.S. Army.

  • PEO Soldier and Accessions Command partner to unveil new traveling exhibit

    Jan 6, 2007

    A new traveling exhibit designed to help connect the American public to the American Soldier was unveiled amid the pageantry of the Army's Fan Fiesta exhibition, culminating with the Army-sponsored "All-American" Bowl high school all-star football contest played last Saturday at the Alamodome.

  • 88 Soldiers Honored in Texas

    Jan 5, 2007

    88 Soldier heroes honored in San Antonio, Texas.

  • Hometown Heroes

    Jan 5, 2007

    The All-American Bowl celebrates hometown heroes.

  • Soldier Show seeks musicians for 2007 tour

    Jan 5, 2007

    The U.S. Army Soldier Show seeks musicians for its 2007 tour.

  • Army All-American Bowl Players Present Check to Rehab Center

    Jan 4, 2007

    A small group representing some of the top high school athletes in the country took time away from preparing for the All-American Bowl to spend time with children who are going through tough times.

  • 'Cuppa Joes' brings home to Soldiers at Camp Striker

    Jan 3, 2007

    Soldiers at Camp Striker can get free coffee in a relaxed setting at the newly opened "Cuppa Joes."

  • Commissaries ring up increased savings for military families

    Jan 3, 2007

    Commissary customers are ringing in the new year with record-breaking savings.

  • Physical therapy comes to front line

    Jan 3, 2007

    Day in and day out, troops patrol the streets and countryside of Iraq for hours at a time; many carrying up to 100 pounds of gear. Over time, this excessive wear on the troops may lead to back or other injuries later on in life.

  • Perfection in the name of honor

    Dec 29, 2006

    Salute battery provides honors for President Ford's funeral

  • Losing your Identity

    Dec 29, 2006

    A military ID card is an invaluable asset to someone trying to steal your identity, or gain access to military installations. Tony McKinney learned about a startling number of lost ID cards in Vilseck, Germany and asked, "Where's your ID card'"

  • Pentagon Channel documentary focuses on storied 'Old Guard'

    Dec 29, 2006

    Despite their high-profile mission, many people, even those who serve in the military, have little idea what goes into becoming a member of this elite unit. That's why the Pentagon Channel is devoting its latest half-hour "Recon" documentary to the 3rd United States Infantry RegimentaEUR"the Army's "Old Guard." The show will debut today at noon Eastern Time and will be repeated throughout January. It will also be available via podcast, vodcast and video on demand.

  • Holiday Greetings

    Dec 29, 2006

    Holiday greetings from some troops overseas.

  • Let It Snow

    Dec 29, 2006

    US Army Field Band performs Let it Snow during their annual Holiday Concert in Baltimore, Maryland.

  • Family Issues

    Dec 28, 2006

    Imagine issuing equipment everyday to Soldiers heading down range. Now imagine being the father of one of those Soldiers receiving equipment. SPC Daniel Dooley brings you this story about a father and son, both Soldiers, in Wuerzburg, Germany.

  • Holiday Greetings

    Dec 28, 2006

    Holiday greetings from troops.

  • Sleigh Ride

    Dec 28, 2006

    US Army Field Band performs Sleigh Ride during their annual Holiday Concert in Baltimore, Maryland.

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