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Hold â€˜sanctuaryâ€™ mayors accountable By Todd Starnes
oms and dads in Montgomery County, Md., are terrified and angry â€” and with good reason. They donâ€™t know how many more illegal alien predators might be living among them, waiting to brutally rape another 14-year-old American school girl. The two men accused of raping a 9th grader on March 16 at Rockville High School came into this country illegally. Jose Montano, 17, and Henry Sanchez Milian, 18, were among tens of thousands of young people who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally in 2016. In other words, former President Obama let them into the country. Both men were apprehended by federal border agents and were targeted for deportation proceedings but were eventually set free and turned over to relatives living in Maryland. They were caught and they were released. And then they allegedly took turns raping a teenage girl in a public high school bathroom. â€œI know that if this country enforced the laws that are already on the books, those two young men would not have been here and this rape, this horrendous rape, would not have occurred,â€? one parent said. But we all know that for the past eight years, the Obama administration placed the well-being of illegal aliens over the well-being of American citizens. Thatâ€™s ultimately why the illegals were not sent back to where they came from. They were set free so they could prowl the hallways of Rockville High School in the relative safety of a so-called sanctuary community.
The school district denied any responsibility in the sickening attack. They told parents at a special meeting that federal law required they accept any student under the age of 21. They also said they were not allowed to ask about the immigration status of any student. â€œYou have young adult males that really do not have our culture and you are putting them in the same classroom as our 14-year-old girls and they are saying there is nothing we can do about that â€” sorry,â€? parent Theresa Rickman told Fox News. In other words, the liberal educators are telling parents â€œDonâ€™t blame us.â€? How many more Americans must be killed by illegals? How many more families must be turn apart? How many more school girls must be raped before our elected leaders secure our borders? In 2015 Kate Steinle was gunned down by an illegal alien in San Francisco â€” a sanctuary city. The man charged with her murder was a seven-time felon who had been deported five times. Five times. There was an immigration hold on the suspect, meaning the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement wanted to come get him and ship him out of the country. But San Francisco authorities set the man free. Just a few months later, Steinle was dead. Steinleâ€™s blood is not only on the hands of her killer, itâ€™s also on the hands of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee. Itâ€™s beyond belief that liberal mayors are allowing illegal aliens to run wild in the streets of American cities, terrorizing law-abiding citizens. So Attorney General Jeff Sessionsâ€™ vow to punish sanctuary cities is welcome news. He announced plans to withhold from any city that harbors illegals billions in federal funding.
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â€œNot only do these policies endanger lives of every American, just last May, the Department of Justice inspector general found that these policies also violate federal law,â€? Sessions said. â€œThe president has rightly said disregard for law must end.â€? The Trump Administration should go a step further. If an illegal commits a felony crime in a sanctuary city, the mayor of that city should also face criminal charges â€” from harboring fugitives to aiding and abetting. If you harbor an illegal alien within your city limits and he commits a heinous crime, then the mayor and council should go to jail, too. San Franciscoâ€™s Lee defiantly declared on Twitter that â€œ#SanctuaryCities are safer, more productive, healthier places to live.â€? Tell that to Kate Steinleâ€™s family. The attorney general rightly said that failing to report illegal immigrants who are â€œconvicted of criminal offenses put whole communities at risk, especially immigrant communities in the very sanctuary jurisdictions that seek to protect the perpetrators.â€? Countless Americans would be alive today if sanctuary cities were shut down. Kate Steinle would be alive today. Some of you may say, â€œCome on. Be realistic.â€? OK, fine. Letâ€™s be realistic. Two illegal aliens are accused of taking turns raping a 14-year-old girl as she screamed in agony and begged them to stop. She was violated inside a public school bathroom on American soil. Is that realistic enough for you? Iâ€™m disgusted, America. Are you? Todd Starnes is the host of Fox News & Commentary â€” heard daily on more than 250 radio stations.
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Rayn Reynolds stars opposite Jake Gyllenhall in the science fiction film â€˜Lifeâ€™ in theaters now.
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Swirling through space from director Daniel Espinosa and Columbia Pictures is a film that teaches us to leave well enough alone and enjoy â€œLife.â€? On a space station high above Earth are six astronauts waiting for a special delivery to prove there is life on Mars. Rory Adams (Ryan Reynolds), Ekaterina Golovkina (Olga Dihovichnaya), Hugh Derry (Ariyon Bakare), Sho Murakami (Hiroyuki Sanada) and David Jordan (Jake Gyllenhaal) are led by Miranda North (Rebecca Ferguson). When Hugh begins experiments on the samples, there is almost an immediate re-
sult as life grows. Sharing the news with the world, a local school wins the honor of naming the single-cell organism Calvin. As quickly as Calvin grows, they crew panics when it becomes clear that something is wrong with the life form. Reviving it is the beginning of what becomes a race for survival between the humans on board and the life form that is growing and becoming smarter. They must keep the creature from getting to Earth at all costs â€” even if the cost is their lives! Gyllenhaal as David is a man clearly meant to live in space. Not in a hurry to return to Earth, he keeps his head when everything begins to go wrong. Gyllenhaal
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has this unique ability to look calm even when his character is anything but. I enjoyed ever moment of his performance, but then again, I have been pretty thrilled with his work these past years. Reynolds as Rory brings a sense of sarcasm and quick lines to this character. Of course it isnâ€™t a stretch for Reynolds to do that, as he has made a fantastic career out of doing just that. But when itâ€™s time to be intense, he can bring it with a fierceness that you wonâ€™t soon forget. Sanada as Sho is on board while his wife is waiting to have their child. He cares about every member of the crew and yet wonâ€˜LIFEâ€™, continued on Page 12
â€œRescuing Penny Janeâ€? by Amy Sutherland details the crime of having homeless dogs, and of those stuck in shelters. Any dog lover will go through a range of emotions as Sutherland recounts anecdotes about dozens of dogs, observations about the practices of various animal shelters, as well as interviews with their operators and animal behaviorists. â€œThe primary reason I wrote my book is to give people an understanding of how the shelter world works,â€? Sutherland said. â€œI want them to beware of pet stores that will put dogs down when they are no longer puppies. In todayâ€™s world there are virtual pet stores on-line. â€œPeople should really meet a dog in person before getting one. An advantage of a shelter is that the volunteers and workers can explain what the dog is like. We understand what will work and not work for peopleâ€™s needs. The primary reason for going to a shelter or rescue is to give a homeless dog a home. We need more people to get involved and become engaged so more dogs find homes.â€? Penny Jane was a shelter dog adopted by Amy and her husband. For the first two years she was a fearful and an undersocialized dog that has now morphed into a shy, content canine. The book is not just about Penny Jane, but other dogs as well. There is Brody, a jumpy-mouthy dog, Harmony, a dog whose elbows were rejiggered and Bridget, a dog almost put down for her aggressive behavior. â€œBrodyâ€™s owner said he was a biter, but that did not jive with anything we knew about him,â€? the author said. â€œI brought him home as a behavior foster to observe him. It turned out that he was not biting, but mouthing, just an over excited form of play. He, like most mouthy dogs, overcame the behavior in a stable home.â€? Beyond the dog stories, the author tells of her experiences as a volunteer, providing a foster home and her decision to adopt. One of the saddest parts of the book is her recollections of those who decide to rid themselves of their furry companion by leaving them on the street or bringing them to a shelter. She cautions people about those who â€œwill no longer keep their dog. I have DOG, continued on Page 12
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Sometime in the not distant future, they will become the Las Vegas Raiders. Until then, likely in 2020, Mark Davisâ€™ team belongs to Oakland. Well, sort of. NFL owners approved the Raidersâ€™ move to Las Vegas 31-1 at the league meetings. Miami was the lone dissenter. Davis insisted the club his father, Hall of Fame owner Al Davis, built into a champion â€” in Oakland and Los Angeles â€” should still be considered a part of the Bay Area community. â€œI wouldnâ€™t use the term lame duck,â€? Davis insisted. â€œWeâ€™re still the Raiders and we represent Raider Nation. â€œThere will be disappointed fans, and itâ€™s important for me to talk to them to explain why and how.â€? As he does so, he also can address what is ahead for a team that, on the field, clearly is on the rise. Yet, questions abound how much support the Raiders can possibly retain in what is now a temporary home. â€œMy emotions are mixed,â€? said coach Jack Del Rio, a Bay Area native. â€œWhile Iâ€™m sad for family and friends and fans in the Oakland area, I also recognize the tremendous opportunity going forward for our organization. That being said, my mission remains the same. To lead this team here and now. Players and coaches need to understand their defined roles. We all need to bring positive energy everyday as we focus on things that we can control.â€? What they canâ€™t control is community reaction in a place where devotion to the Raiders during their Oakland years â€” they spent 1982-94 in Los Angeles â€” has been admirable. Even during all the losing between their last Super Bowl appearance, for the 2002 season, and their next winning record, which came last year, the Black Hole gang has been dedicated. â€œAll the Raiders fans my age, no way you can do it,â€? said Ivan Davis, a fan of the team for a half-century. â€œAnyone who lived through the first one will not support them. The older Raiders fans, you lost them forever. The ones who gave their life blood to you, you lost them forever.â€? There will be new fans, of course, in a new locale, a place no one imagined the NFL venturing to just a few years ago. But with their $1.7 billion stadium not to be completed before 2020, the Raiders have three seasons to fill playing elsewhere. â€œWe have two more years of lease options for Oakland right now,â€? Davis said. â€œIf the fans would like us to stay there, weâ€™d love to be there for that and possibly talk to them about extending it for
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Ohiio Stateâ€™s Marshon Lattimore is ranked as one of the top cornerbacks in the upcoming NFL Draft.
CORNERBACK OR EDGE COULD BE PICK AT NO. 7 As the NFL Draft quickly approaches we will focus on cornerback and edge pass rusher â€” two positions where the Chargers need to add depth. With the release of veteran cornerback Brandon Flowers and needing to put more pressure on opposing quarterbacks, some draft prognosticators now have the Chargers selecting a player from one of those positions with its first round pick. Although General Manager Tom Telesco struck gold in the first round last year by selecting defensive end Joey Bosa (Rookie of the Year/10.5 sacks), he needs to replenish both the cornerback and pass
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rush positions after the defense gave up 24.6 points per game â€” the fourth-most points in the NFL last season (Eric Williams/ ESPN). In Jason Verrett and Casey Hayward the Chargers have two of the most talented starting cornerback duos in the league. However, as good as he is, Verrett has
played in just 24 games in three seasons â€” including just four last season before undergoing season-ending surgery on a torn left ACL. In his first year as a Charger, Hayward led the league with seven interceptions and helped the team finish tied for the league lead in interceptions (18). Despite franchise tagging linebacker Melvin Ingram (8 sacks/ 18.5 the past two seasons), the reason they need to upgrade the pass rush is twofold: First, as insurance in case they canâ€™t ink a long-term contract with Ingram, and second, the defense finished last season ranked 14th in the league with just 35 sacks â€” tied with the NY Giants. The re-signing of safety Jahleel Addae makes it look as if Malik Hooker, whom many analysts have the Chargers taking with the pick, might not be the guy. With Addaeâ€™s signing and Verrettâ€™s injury history, a couple of cornerbacks and edge rushers have now shown up as the Chargersâ€™ first pick in a few updated mock drafts. Here is a closer look at a few prospects.
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DoD expands drug testing for recruits By Lisa Ferdinando Army.mil
WASHINGTON â€” Drug testing for all applicants for military service is expanding to include the same 26-drug panel used for active military members, the Defense Departmentâ€™s director of drug testing and program policy said. The change, effective April 3, is due to the level of illicit and prescription medication abuse among civilians, as well as the increase in heroin and synthetic drug use within the civilian population, Army Col. Tom Martin explained. Currently, military applicants are tested for marijuana; cocaine; amphetâ€œFighter Attack Starts Hereâ€? hangs on the side of Hanger 3, home of Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 101, the largest F/A-18 squadron in the Marine Corps with more amines, including methamphetamine; than 60 fighter jets attached to the squadron. | Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Liah Kitchen and designer amphetamines such as MDMA â€” also known as â€œMollyâ€? or â€œEcstasyâ€? â€” and MDA, also known as â€œAdam,â€? he said. 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Liah Kitchen The new standards apply to all miliron requires a multitude of Marines and experiencing what it really means to be a 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing tary applicants, including recruits ensailors working as pilot instructors, stu- part of Marine Corps aviation,â€? said 1st Lt. tering through military entrance proRay Rickenbach, a weapons system stuARINE CORPS AIR STA- dents, plane captains and maintainers. cessing stations, as well as appointees â€œThe mission at VMFAT-101 is to train dent with VMFAT-101. â€œOur main mission TION MIRAMAR â€” â€œFighter to the service academies, incoming Attack Starts Here,â€? a bold unqualified replacement pilots and weap- is to support the Marines on the ground by members of the ROTC, and officer canmaxim that can be seen on ons systems officers so that they are able to conducting flight operations.â€? didates undergoing initial training in an While students train with the squadron, the side of Hanger 3, which is the home to enter the fleet as fully qualified,â€? said Capt. enlisted status. 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Pfc. Maria Daume is the first female Marine to join the infantry through the traditional entry-level training process.
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AMP LEJEUNE, N.C. â€” Marine Pfc. Maria Daumeâ€™s life story reads as if she came straight from the pages of a superhero comic. Born in a Siberian prison. Orphaned at age 2. Adopted by Americans at age 4 and raised in New York. And now, sheâ€™s just done what many naysayers believed a woman would never do: Sheâ€™s the first female Marine to join the infantry through the traditional entry-level training process, a process made available to women just a half-year earlier. â€œI like to prove people wrong,â€? Daume said in her first interview since completing her training at the Marine Corps School of Infantry at Camp Lejuene, N.C. â€œNo matter what your belief is, you canâ€™t argue that
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maybe 2019 as well, and try to bring a championship back to Oakland.â€? The likelihood of the East Bay welcoming the Raiders for a third season at the aging Coliseum they share with the Athletics â€” the only such NFL/MLB arrangement remaining â€” isnâ€™t high. Mayor Libby Schaaf has accused Davis and the league of not â€œmanning up,â€? and other legislators have mentioned finding ways to void the two years of stadium options the Raiders have negotiated. Davis said any season ticket holders who have already paid for next season will get full refunds if they seek them. While 2019 is not nearly upon us, Davis needs a concrete plan for that season, including finding a training facility as well as a stadium. There are other potential hang-ups History made, hardship ahead that could slow construction of the Las However, not everyone is as positive Vegas stadium, which doesnâ€™t have a about military females and their abilities. definite site yet. Daumeâ€™s major milestone for the Marine Las Vegas stepped up with $750 Corps comes amid a massive photo scanmillion in public money, and Bank of dal inside the service branch. A private America is giving Davis a $650 million Facebook group called â€œMarines United,â€? loan. Itâ€™s conceivable, if highly improbwhich included tens of thousands of Maable, that snags will hit in those areas. rines and retired Marines, posted links to Interestingly, one segment that will explicit images of military women, often profit from the move: Raiders employwith sexist, derogatory comments. Some ees. There is no income tax in Nevada, even referenced rape and molestation. while Californiaâ€™s is among the highest The Naval Criminal Investigative in the nation. Service has launched an investigation, Meanwhile, league reservations about which has reportedly spread to other relocating a franchise to a city built on military branches. gambling have disappeared. Marine Corps Commandant Robert â€œThe existing size of Las Vegas, the diNeller told lawmakers that he was disversification and the growth that it has gusted, shocked and angry when he heard undergone over the last 20 years, comabout the scandal. He said some members bine to make it a mid-sized market today,â€? appeared to â€œhave forgotten that every said league executive Eric Grubman, the TRAILBLAZER, continued on Page 12 NFLâ€™s point man on stadium projects. XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN
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amongst his top cornerbacks. Most draftniks have Lattimore being taken in the top five selections, however, Will Brinson (CBS Sports) and Matt Miller (Bleacher Report) have the former Buckeye sliding down to the Chargers. Brinson: â€œThe Chargers add another cornerback, giving them a ridiculous trio as they combine Lattimore with Casey Hayward and Jason Verrett. Thatâ€™s a stacked secondary.â€? Miller: â€œOf late, many feel that the Chargers are going to address their secondary by adding another cornerback. The Chargers have two talented players at that position, but with Jason Verrettâ€™s health concerns, it may not be a bad idea. The Chargers have clearly showed they donâ€™t value the safety position and if they are going to select a defensive back, it would likely be corner.â€?
Marlon Humphrey 6-0, 198, CB, Alabama Humphrey is an interesting prospect in that Ourladsâ€™ ranks him No. 18 overall and No. 4 amongst cornerbacks and Mayock has Humphrey as his No. 3 cornerback. Scouts Inc., Kiper and McShay donâ€™t have Humphrey ranked in the top 32 prospects on their big boards. Despite the discrep-
Alabamaâ€™s Marlon Humphrey gets mixed reviews from draft prognosticators, but could be the Chargersâ€™ pick for cornerback.
ancy of those analysts, O.J. Howard (CBS Sports.com) and Dan Kadar (SB Nation) both have Humphrey going to the Chargers at No. 7. White: â€œHereâ€™s the first spot where I think an offensive lineman can come off the board, as the Chargers could use another tackle even after signing Russell Okung. However, I think theyâ€™ll benefit most from adding Humphrey to the secondary to replace Brandon Flowers and give themselves insurance at the position with Jason Verrett recovering from a torn ACL. Casey Hayward is plenty capable of lining up in the slot if everyone is healthy,
giving the Chargers secondary the ability to stack up with any passing attack.â€? Kadar: â€œThe Chargers have the pieces necessary on the line and at linebacker to fit Gus Bradleyâ€™s defense. But what they donâ€™t have is the type of big cornerback he prefers. At just over 6â€™0, Humphrey is a solid fit who plays physical.â€?
Solomon Thomas 6-3, 273, OLB/DE, Stanford With Texas A&Mâ€™s DE Myles Garrett the consensus No. 1 pick overall, many analysts believe Thomas could be the sec-
ond edge rusher off the board. Ranked No. 6 overall by Ourladsâ€™, No. 4 by Scouts Inc., No. 3 by Kiper, No. 4 by McShay and the fourth-best edge rusher by Mayock, it appears that Thomas will be picked in the top 10. Tony Iosso (Cover 32) have the Chargers taking Thomas in his latest mock draft. Iosso: â€œLos Angeles was able to retain pass rusher Melvin Ingram by way of the franchise tag, as well as keeping safety Jahleel Addae, both filling areas of need. Corner could be a consideration here as the team recently parted ways with Brandon Flowers. However I opted to give them Solomon Thomas who could play across from Ingram to form a devastating pass rush.â€? The Endzone: It is no secret that new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley likes tall, physical cornerbacks manning his secondary. There are a number of talented cornerbacks in this draft that both fit the mold that Bradley likes and could still be on the board in the second round should Telesco go in a different direction at No. 7. Washington Huskiesâ€™ cornerback Kevin King could be one such player. At 6-3, 200-pounds King has the size, speed and talent that Bradley likes. Although two draftniks picked Humphrey to go the Chargers in the first round, with all the talent at cornerback he might just be available when they pick at No. 38 in the second round.
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member of our team is an equal and valued member of our Corps.â€? â€œHow much more do the females of the Corps have to do to be accepted?â€? Neller said. â€œWe all have to get rid of this perversion to our culture. Enough is enough.â€?
Daume, who was in training when the scandal broke, said she trusts the Marine Corps to handle the scandal appropriately, and will continue to do her thing no matter how other people may put women down. â€œIt kind of just gives me more motivation to show them that we can do it,â€? she said. She hopes that her trailblazing will convince more women that they could be tough enough to join the Marine infantry, too, adding that her experience with her company at Camp Lejeune was one of unity and trust. â€œThroughout training they realized that I was just one of them. It wasnâ€™t Daume, the female. It was just Daume,â€? she said. Katherine Kidder, a fellow in the
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ders if he will ever see home again. I am thrilled that Sanada is in the film, he is an actor that deserves a lot of attention. Bakare as Hugh is totally infatuated with Calvin, but it is his job to be. Finding life in the space station a freeing experience, he becomes a little obsessed with the creature. Dihovichnaya as Ekaterina is smart and fast when it comes to understanding how the creature begins to think. Ferguson as Miranda is the womanin-charge and that means there are decisions to be made. Of course at the same
Pfc. Maria Daume with her mother after graduating Marine Infantry School on March 21.
Military, Veterans and Society Program at the Center for a New American Security, said she sees Daumeâ€™s graduation as â€œthe beginning of a wave of womenâ€? coming into the Corps, despite the cultural issues that she said have plagued the branch for some time. â€œThis [women entering the infantry] may be the way to bridge the gap,â€? Kidder said.
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The Marines now have four women in the infantry. Three female Marines joined 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment at Camp Lejeune in January after making a lateral move request to join the infantry. Daume left with four of her fellow graduates March 23 for 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment in Camp Pendleton. the story and nothing for the actors to hide behind. Instead itâ€™s straight on performance and fans of this genre of film are going to have a great time. Director Espinosa has actually made several films that I enjoy with â€œEasy Moneyâ€? in 2010 and Tom Hardy in â€œChild 44â€? in 2015. He has worked with Reynolds before along with Denzel Washington in the 2012 film â€œSafe House.â€? So he is batting 4-4 with me! In the end â€” be careful what you search for!
time righteous fear takes over the space stations and there are moments where I question what the heck she is thinking but thatâ€™s what brings the mystery. TUBS OF POPCORN: I give â€œLifeâ€? four tubs of popcorn out of five. Of course the film has bits that remind me of other space-alien films, and there are parts that are fairly predictable. That being said, none of that deterred me from having a great time. There are jumps, jaw drops, moments of â€œAwwwwwww, damn,â€? tension and it all happens in a small space â€” relatively speaking. The film is very in-your-face, but that makes sense since there isnâ€™t anything else to distract from
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tionally in the fleet Marine force based on class-rank and availability. If selected to work with jets, officers go to NAS Meridian, Miss., where they attend an Advanced Training course to â€œearn their wings.â€? As part of an F/A-18 aviatorâ€™s final training, they arrive at VMFAT-101 to become fully qualified F/A-18 fighter pilots. â€œI look forward to finally serving the Marine Corps as a part of the aviation combat element in a Marine air-ground task force,â€? said Rickenbach. Although VMFAT-101 is a training squadron, the overall mission could not be accomplished without the Marines and sailors who maintain the aircraft for the students to participate in flight operations. â€œ101 is different than a deployable
F-18 squadron because of its size,â€? said Sgt. Elizabeth Coble, the noncommissioned officer in charge of the communication and navigation section of VMFAT-101. â€œItâ€™s fast-paced hereâ€Śwe are flying constantly day in and day out.â€? According to Coble, maintainers who are stationed with the squadron, have a unique experience advantage over Marines stationed with a deployable F/A18 squadron. â€œBecause we have all four models of the F-18, we are able to get our hands on different discrepancies, you donâ€™t normally face with a typical gun squadron,â€? said Coble. â€œWithout the knowledge to fix the aircraft, the students arenâ€™t able to fly and canâ€™t accomplish the squadronâ€™s mission.â€?
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tric training squadron, we focus just as much on being a Marine officer as we do on the technical skill of being a fighter pilot,â€? said Meredith. Becoming a designated Marine Corps F/A-18 aviator takes almost four years of training, according to Meredith. Officers must commission in the Marine Corps as a second lieutenant and graduate from The Basic School in Quantico, Va. Aviation officers are then sent to Naval Air Station Pensacola to attend Aviation Pre-Flight Indoctrination school for six weeks. After completing API, officers head to either NAS Whiting Field, Fla., or NAS Corpus Christi, Tex., for primary flight training. At the conclusion of primary flight training, officers select the platform of aircraft they will fly opera12 April 1, 2017
changed my outlook after volunteering and doing the research for this book. Some people have their back up against the wall. For example, a single mother with three kids that must move into a housing complex that will not allow dogs.â€? As with U.S. military dogs that were euthanized at the end of each war, so were many shelter animals. â€œRobbyâ€™s Lawâ€? was passed after the Vietnam War to prevent euthanization of four-legged warriors. Sutherland tells of those, like Rick Avanzino, who fought to change the euthanasia rates in civilian settings, specifically shelters. Often called the father of the no-kill movement he believes that within his lifetime every animal in the U.S. will have a home. The book explains that today â€œshelter dogs have become popular, even a status symbol â€Ś people proudly introduce their mutts as rescues, almost as if they were a sought after breed.â€? In explaining the term, Sutherland wants readers to understand, â€œA â€˜no-killâ€™ shelter is one where 90 percent of the animals leave alive. This takes into account that some dogs do need to be put down. â€œMany shelters will not take in certain dogs because they donâ€™t want to be in the position to have to put a dog down. For example, they will not take in hopeless medical cases or dogs that are very challenging behaviorally.â€? What is heart wrenching is the discussion about older dogs. Unlike military dogs that are often adopted at about 9 years of age, many senior dogs are not as popular. Older dogs have a harder time getting adopted. Rudy is an example of the perfectly behaved dog, but his crime is his age, 10-years-old. Even those who already own a dog can learn something. Sutherland gives a shout out to Patricia McConnell, who teaches owners how to get along with their dogs through positive training methods instead of swats and collar jerks. Amy even tweeted a link to how to find a good trainer, and to make sure owners do their homework, because not all are created equal. The beginning of the book touches on what happens to people after losing a dog. There are those who will never get another dog, some who will get one right away and those who will wait. Feelings of being heart broken, too loyal, too needy and companionship all come into play.â€œI consider having a dog a fairy tale friendship, which is why I wrote in the book, â€˜the beauty of dogs is that you can look into their eyes endlessly â€Ś they never grow up. They are always our children,â€™â€? she said. â€œMy goal is to always have a dog. Itâ€™s a form of attachment of having an elemental bond, the camaraderie, and having them greet you after you arrive home.â€? A quote in the book, â€œI donâ€™t know how you do it,â€? hammers home the point that there are very special people out there like Amy, whether volunteering at an animal shelter, fostering animals at home or providing a home to a needy dog. â€œI agree volunteering can be hard on your heart,â€? Sutherland said. â€œThe overriding feeling is that I am helping these dogs through a tough phase. It is not easy but you get used to it. I saw what I could do and was willing to do for a dog.â€? This is a great book for any animal lover. The stories told will illicit emotions from happiness to sadness. But readers will also learn about shelters, dog training, and the absolute need for dogs to be rescued. XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN
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