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During the governor’s travel, he will meet with members of the 2-151st Aviation Regiment and 1052nd Transportation Company at a military installation and Customs and Border Protection sector headquarters near the border.
Since 2001, NSA has hosted the team-against-team competition that tests teamwork, planning, communication and decision-making skills.
A partnership has formed between the S.C. State Library and Holland-based Fields of Honor Foundation, a European nonprofit that has worked for just under a decade to add photographs and memories to the headstones of American soldiers killed in World War II and buried abroad.
A Capitol Police officer was killed Friday after a man rammed a car into two officers at a barricade outside the U.S. Capitol and then emerged wielding a knife, law enforcement officials said.
The announcement marked the first major progress in efforts to return both countries to the 2015 accord, which bound Iran to restrictions on its nuclear programs in return for relief from U.S. and international sanctions. President Joe Biden came into office saying that getting back into the accord was a priority. But Iran and the United States have disagreed over Iran's demands that sanctions be lifted first, and the stalemate threatened to become an early foreign policy setback for the Biden administration.