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The United States Space Force adopted "Sempra Supra" as the official anthem of the military branch in a video released on Sept. 20. Check out the new anthem below and also hear from Gen. John "Jay" Raymond, Chief of Space Operations, on how the song came to be.
The 191st Military Police Company's destination in southwest Asia is the U.S. Central Command area of operations and includes countries in the Middle East.
The bank, headquartered in Fargo, is one of 15 companies to be honored in 2022 out of more than 2,700 companies nominated.
Vietnam veteran who once helped his WWII dad on a 2007 Honor Flight is now joined on his own Honor Flight by his Operation Iraqi Freedom son.
Honor Flight President Jane Matejcek says she’s thrilled to be flying again. This is just the second flight to take off since the COVID-19 pandemic grounded flights in 2020.
Staff Sgt. Cody Cox, 30, died of natural causes Sunday, Sept. 4.

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The four-story high pyramid and surrounding buildings, created to defend the country’s nuclear weapons during the Cold War, have been empty for decades.
Kindred native Vern Otterson said he was in such a hurry to bandage himself up and prevent too much blood loss that he forgot to get the names of those who witnessed his injuries. With the backing of U.S. Sen. Kevin Cramer, Otterson hopes he'll still get the award.
Pfc. Robert L. Alexander of Tolley, North Dakota, received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart awards, according to the state Department of Veterans Affairs.

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