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Jul 8 2017

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# The DUSTOFF Association is a nonprofit incorporated veterans’ organization for Army Medical Department enlisted and officer personnel, aviation crewmembers, and others who are (or ever were) engaged in (or actively supported in any capacity) Army aeromedical evacuation programs in war or peace. Request for Information We’ve been asked to help answer questions about the background of the aircraft in the picture. The aircraft is being purchased by Bill “Moon Mullen (past Pres. of the VHPA), and will be put on static display in Mt. Pocono, PA. The aircraft is a UH-1M, with Medevac markings. UH-1M model Hueys were used …

Jul 8 2017

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While former FBI Director Robert Mueller’s investigation will take place largely behind closed doors, Congress can be much more open in its work, points out Rep. Adam Schiff, lead Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee. The White House budget proposal would slash programs for the poor, including Medicaid and food stamps. Its framers say it nudges the able-bodied into jobs; critics call it ‘Robin Hood in reverse.’ The ruling found that two re-drawn congressional districts in the state relied on race rather than political makeup. So far evidence of such activity hasn’t surfaced. Yet, even if it never does, serious …