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  1. (Color Reprint) 1969 Yearbook: University Military School , Mobile, Alabama
  2. (Black & White Reprint) 1970 Yearbook: University Military School , Mobile, Alabama
  3. (Color Reprint) 1967 Yearbook: University Military School , Mobile, Alabama
  4. (Color Reprint) 1958 Yearbook: University Military School , Mobile, Alabama
  5. (Black & White Reprint) 1964 Yearbook: University Military School , Mobile, Alabama
  6. (Black & White Reprint) 1977 Yearbook: University Military School , Mobile, Alabama
  7. (Color Reprint) 1968 Yearbook: University Military School , Mobile, Alabama
  8. (Color Reprint) 1966 Yearbook: University Military School , Mobile, Alabama
  9. Military Police Traffic Operations Fm 19-25. 1977 Edition by Fort McClellan, Alabama Headquarters Department Of The Army. U.S. Army Military Police School, 1977-01-01
  10. Army schoolhouse tries to fill 'insatiable demand' for aviators.(Flight Training)(Flight School XXI at Fort Rucker Alabama): An article from: National Defense by Roxana Tiron, 2004-12-01
  11. Aurora: An Alabama school teacher in Germany struggles to keep her children during WWII after she discovers her husband is a German spy by KF Ritter, 2006-09-28
  12. Wings of Opportunity: The Wright Brothers in Montgomery, Alabama, 1910 by Julie Hedgepeth Williams, 2010-01-31
  13. Grass Widow: Making My Way in Depression Alabama (Alabama Fire Ant) by Viola Goode Liddell, 2004-06-24

41. 52:1386(131)AR - - Alabama Association Of Civilian Technicians And DOD, AL State
and US Department of Defense, alabama State military Department, alabama As we statedin alabama ACT, the Back Pay Act See Dependent schools, 49 FLRA at 122.
The decision of the Authority follows: 52 FLRA No. 131 FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY WASHINGTON, D.C. ALABAMA ASSOCIATION OF CIVILIAN TECHNICIANS (Union) and U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ALABAMA STATE MILITARY DEPARTMENT ALABAMA NATIONAL GUARD (Agency) 0-AR-2917 DECISION April 30, 1997 Before the Authority: Phyllis N. Segal, Chair; and Donald S. Wasserman, Member. I. Statement of the Case This matter is before the Authority on exceptions to an award of Arbitrator James E. Giblin filed by the Union under section 7122(a) of the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute (the Statute) and part 2425 of the Authority's Regulations. The Agency filed an opposition to the Union's exceptions. The Arbitrator declined to exercise jurisdiction to address the Union's request for attorney fees. For the following reasons, we conclude that the award is deficient. We set aside the award and remand the matter to the parties for joint resubmission to the Arbitrator for further proceedings consistent with this decision. II.

42. EESC - Engineering Schools
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43. Jake LaPorte's BIO Page
For more information read his bio, military schools, academic degrees, or awards. Iwas born in Mobile, alabama where I graduated from high school in 1989 from
CPT G. Jake LaPorte CPT Jake LaPorte is an Instructor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. He teaches - Probability and Statistics. He is an Aviation Officer who flies the AH-64 Apache. For more information read his bio military schools academic degrees , or awards. See my MA206 Web Page MS102 Course Page Office: Thayer 235B Phone: (845) 938-2270 Brief Biography I was born in Mobile, Alabama where I graduated from high school in 1989 from LeFlore High School. I went to USMA in the summer of 1989 and graduated in 1993. After West Point, I attended OBC and flight school at the Aviation Officer Basic Course in Fort Rucker, Alabama. Upon graduation in 1994, I was assigned to 3-101 AVN at Fort Campbell, Kentucky where I became the scout platoon leader for B/3-101 for 10 months, support platoon leader for 12 months, and HHC executive officer for 10 months. Following attendance at the Aviation Officer Advanced Course and the Apache Aircraft Qualification Course in 1997-1998, I was assigned to 1-6 CAV at Camp Eagle, Korea as the squadron logistics officer (S-4) for 7 months before assuming command of D/3-6 CAV in October 1998. I commanded the "Desperado" Troop for 13 months. Following my command, I extended in Korea for another 8 months to work in the 6th CAV Brigade S-3 as a plans officer. I started graduate school in the fall of 2000 at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I earned my Master of Science in Statistics in May 2002 and reported to the Department of Mathematical Sciences, USMA in the summer of 2002.

44. :: Welcome To CPT Libby's Page ::
the Aviation Officer's Basic Course, Initial Entry Rotary Wing Course, and AdvancedQualification Blackhawk Course at Fort Rucker, alabama.. military schools.
MAJ Jeffrey A. Libby Major Libby is an Instructor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. His branch is Aviation. He has taught Discrete Dynamical Systems (MA103), Single Variable Calculus/Differential Eqns (MA104), and Discrete Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations (MA153) during the last three semesters. He will be the assistant course director for Multivariable Calculus (MA255) this spring. His office is 239B Thayer Hall. Email:
Brief Biography
I was born in Portland, Maine in 1968. I graduated from Edward Little High School in Auburn, Maine in 1987. I entered the United States Military Academy in the summer of 1987. I graduated from USMA in 1991 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. After college, I attended and graduated from the Aviation Officer's Basic Course, Initial Entry Rotary Wing Course, and Advanced Qualification Blackhawk Course at Fort Rucker, Alabama.. My first assignment as a Lieutenant was with 3-25 Assault Helicopter Battalion at Fort Drum, New York. I served as an Assistant S3, Platoon Leader, and Flight Operations Officer while in this unit. I had the great opportunity to deploy to Somalia and Haiti. Following attendance at the Aviation Officer Advanced Course and Maintenance Managers Course in 1996, I was assigned to C/25 Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) Company at Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii. I was assigned as the Direct Support Platoon Leader and later served as the Production Control Officer in C Company. I later assumed command of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Aviation Brigade; I commanded the "War Eagles" for 14 months.

45. Military And Veterans
Credit for military service schools will be granted in four months or more of activemilitary service Air Force ROTC is offered in several colleges in alabama.
MILITARY AND VETERANS SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR MILITARY SERVICEMEMBERS/ROTC STUDENTS Fort Rucker Branch Since winter quarter 1983, Enterprise State Junior College has offered college credit courses at Fort Rucker. As a Servicemembers Opportunity College, ESJC provides fully accredited Associate Degree programs for servicemembers and their families at low state tuition rates. Servicemembers are given credit for MOS and/or military schools and experience as well as for CLEP. Army Tuition Assistance is available to servicemembers, along with Pell Grants and other financial aid programs which are offered by the College. Day classes meet Monday through Thursday. Evening classes meet on Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays. All classes are open to anyone enrolled at Enterprise State Junior College. For additional information, call 334-598-3438. SOCAD Enterprise State Junior College is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity College Associate Degree (SOCAD) network. This program allows a servicemember or his/her spouse and eligible dependents to satisfy designated minimum residency and credit hour requirements at Enterprise State Junior College; upon transfer from this area, the student is allowed to complete degree requirements at another college in the SOCAD network and transfer those credits to ESJC; the degree is then awarded from Enterprise State Junior College. For more information call the Fort Rucker office at (334) 598-3438 or the Registrar's office at the main campus, (334) 393-ESJC, ext. 233.

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47. UNA ROTC - Military Links
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48. Department Of Defense Education Activity - DoDEA Facts 2002
Children of enlisted military personnel represent 80 percent of the total enrollmentin DoDEA Locations of DoDEA schools (School Year 20012002 Bahrain, alabama.
DoDEA Home Teaching the children of America's military families worldwide
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(pdf 151kb) Press Releases Video Clips History Shortly after the end of World War II, the United States military established schools for the children of its service men and women stationed in Europe and the Pacific. Schools for children of military members stationed at various bases in the United States were already well-established. First administered by the military branches they served, the growing number of schools was soon transferred to civilian managers, then organized into two separate but parallel systems: the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS) overseas, and the Department of Defense Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS) in the United States. In 1994 the two systems were brought together under an umbrella agency, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA). Organization The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) is a civilian agency of the U.S. Department of Defense. It is headed by a director who oversees all agency functions from DoDEA headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. DoDEA's schools are divided into three areas, each of which is managed by an area director. Within each of these three areas, schools are organized into districts headed by superintendents.

49. Enrolling In Kindergarten In Alabama: What You Need To Know - Alabama - GreatSch
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  • 51. JROTC Textbooks Are Biased
    entitled, Making Soldiers in the Public schools. This factual Education, MaxwellAir Force Base, alabama, 1985 (Air needed to enlist in the military. LET 2
    Questioning JROTC
    Why Question the Military's JROTC Program?
    JROTC Doesn't Deliver: Alternatives Do!
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    JROTC Textbooks Are Biased and Bigoted
    The American Friends Service Committee commissioned an important academic study of the Army JROTC curriculum, entitled, " Making Soldiers in the Public Schools ." This factual report is especially useful to give activists background on the issue, and to share with school board members and curricular committees who are re-evaluating JROTC programs. What follows are some excerpts from the JROTC textbooks themselves.
    "Words of (Military) Wisdom," from JROTC textbooks
    "Fortunately for the Army, the government policy of pushing the Indians farther west then wiping them out was carried out successfully." -LET 3 (Leadership Education and Training, U.S. Army JROTC textbook, 3rd year), p. 185. "One must be aware of cultural differences between peoples. For instance, Americans generally place a high value on human life. This may not necessarily be the case in other cultures or countries that might be willing to gamble lives for political or economic gains, for example certain of the terrorist-sponsoring nations of the Middle East." -Naval Science 4, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1990 (4th year NJROTC), p. 141.

    52. Member Communication Center
    s resolution authorizing the use of military force to Bachus (RAL) today announcedthat alabama is receiving a Grants to Hire Police Officers in schools Sep., Spencer

    53. STS-105 Mission Specialist 1: Patrick Forrester
    In 1992, he was assigned as an engineering test pilot at the US Army Aviation TechnicalTest Center, Fort Rucker, alabama. Other military schools include the
    Crew Member
    Patrick G. Forrester
    NAME: Patrick G. Forrester (Lieutenant Colonel, USA)
    NASA Astronaut
    PERSONAL DATA: Born March 31, 1957 in El Paso, Texas. Married to the former Diana Lynn Morris of Springfield, Virginia. They have two children. He enjoys baseball, running, and coaching youth sports. His parents, Colonel (ret.) Redmond V. and Patsy L. Forrester, reside in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Her father, Colonel (ret.) Lurie J. Morris, resides in Prattville, Alabama. Her mother, Bettye Morris, is deceased.
    EDUCATION: Graduated from West Springfield High School, Springfield, Virginia in 1975; received a bachelor of science degree in applied sciences and engineering from the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, in 1979, and a master of science degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering from the University of Virginia in 1989.
    ORGANIZATIONS: Society of Experimental Test Pilots; Army Aviation Association of America; American Helicopter Society; United States Military Academy Association of Graduates; West Point Society of Greater Houston.
    AWARDS: Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Oak Leaf Cluster); Army Commendation Medal; Army Achievement Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Expert Infantryman Badge.

    54. Civil War General Interest Links
    Civil War Lesson Plan for schools Civil War in alabama Vol Infantry Florida Star HomePage alabama Dept. H US Army military History Institute Civil War Archive
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    If you've only got limited time to browse the web (who doesn't?), then the US Civil War Center, LSU is the one place you must visit. Last revised: 9 May 02 Contents
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    55. U.S. Military Online By William M. Arkin
    AFB, alabama, with numerous subordinate schools and colleges. The Air Universitypost more fulltext of student and faculty reports than any other military
    The U.S. Military Online
    A Directory for Internet Access to the Department of Defense
    2nd Edition (1998)
    William M. Arkin The U.S. Military Online (ISBN 1-57488-178-7, 256 p. paperback, illus., index) a National Security Archive book published by Brassey's (U.S.), is available from the publisher (1-800-776-2518) or online at and other booksellers. Want to read comments and reviews for the 1st Edition Overview and Contents
    Why a written guide to the .mil domain when the Internet has such a fleeting quality and the U.S. military has its own culture of constant reorganization? The answer is the very complexity of the military establishment, the size of the .mil domain, and the increasing inability and unwillingness of the Internet search engines to index the totality of the web, particularly in areas of such specialized and limited interest as military affairs. Since the first edition of this guide was published in 1997, the U.S. military march to use the web for so-called "public affairs" and internal communications and for the conduct of basic business continues. The list of commands or bases who don't have a public Internet presence is getting very small–the scope of activity on the net is so broad now that even a directory of this size only covers the top-level and most publicly relevant sites, ignoring much specialized material "below." Just a year or so ago it was remarkable to note that speeches by Defense Department and military service officials, press releases, and fact sheets were available online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. But now, the novelty of online PR has waned, and it is the regulations and manuals, studies, program descriptions and documents, budget data and business solicitations, and databases and search engines that are increasingly the guts of Internet content.

    56. AWAC: Alabama World Affairs Council
    academic, political, intelligence, diplomatic and military circles The alabama WorldAffairs Council also has an active outreach program with local schools.
    Web hosted by Huntingdon College Political Science , Public Affairs,
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    AWAC office: Dir: Dr. James Nathan Dahdee Bullen, Admin. Asst. Nan Rosa, Sec. Alabama World Affairs Council 7016 Senators Drive, P.O. Box 244023 Montgomery, AL 3612404023 PH: (334) 244-3337 FX: (334) 244-3826 See also: Powell, speech on Iraq, to UN, 5 Feb. 2003 Terrorism Index HC Public Affairs Club Club at AWAC '02 ... High-Res images [slow] Meetings of the Alabama World Affairs Council (AWAC) feature leading speakers from both military and civilian life. Meetings are held usually at the Museum of Fine Arts in Blount Cultural Park, and occasionally at the Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base. Thanks to a grant from the Southern Humanities Foundation, the individual subscription has been very reasonable. The date is usually the middle Tuesday of the month during the academic year. A reception with excellent food, open bar and a string quartet begins at 5:30 pm. Talks begin at 6:15 pm, and question time begins at 7:00 pm. The evening ends promptly at 7:30 pm.

    57. SC Partnership For Distance Education
    Carolina, have put the labs at fouryear institutions, while alabama has experimented Butthe Guard is waiting for the military schools such as the Armor
    Mapping Project Results National Guard's Embrace of Distance Education Benefits Colleges
    Thursday, November 29, 2001 ***** By MICHAEL ARNONE
    Aiming to save money, improve training, and increase its interaction with the public, the National Guard is paying to build computer labs at community colleges where Guard members and civilians can take courses through distance education.
    The National Guard provides its personnel with noncredit, continuing-education courses through distance learning, says Maj. Gail F. Richards, distance-learning coordinator for the North Carolina National Guard. Through its Distributive Training Technology Project, the Guard offers both military courses, such as pilot training and operating rocket launchers, and nonmilitary subjects such as computer training, foreign languages, and first aid, says David M. O'Rear Sr., distance-learning manager for the North Carolina National Guard. The Guard received federal funds for the program because Congress wanted the community-oriented Guard and colleges to complement each other, he says.
    Distance education is the only way the National Guard can meet the training needs of its members, says Major Richards. It's cheaper for the Guard to subsidize distance-learning centers at community colleges than to build and run its own training centers, she says. The arrangement makes it easier for Guard members and civilians to reach training sites, as access to some military bases is restricted. It also encourages both military and academic personnel to recognize what they offer to each other and the community.

    58. Give Chris Money
    University of alabama, Tuscaloosa, alabama Electronic Technician December 1998– March 1999. military schools and courses add up to more than 40 college
    To Show that I am not just some "dumb Alabama Redneck" trying to swindle YOUR $$$, I have included my resume to show that I am acually a real hard working person ! Chris Objective Seeking a challenging and rewarding position in an electronic or information technology field, where in-depth experience and training in troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, and repair of electronic and computer systems can be utilized. Summary of Qualifications More than ten years of in-depth experience and training in the operation, preventive maintenance, and repair of air search and navigation radars, VHF/ UHF/ Microwave/ Satellite communications, GPS (Global Positioning System), DOS, Windows 95/NT, and UNIX based computer systems, Novell and Windows NT networking, and calibration and repair of General purpose electronic test equipment. Held DOD Final Secret security clearance throughout Naval career. Experience
    • Bellsouth, Tuscaloosa, Alabama Service Technician March 2000 – Present
    Duties include connecting residential and business class customers to our telephone service. Also trouble isolation in underground and aerial cables and customers premises.

    59. AAPS PRODUCTS: Schools Offering Programs In Chemical Engineering
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    60. New Jersey Department Of Military And Veterans Affairs
    His military education includes Armor Officer Basic Course, United Wing and FixedWing Flight schools, Aviation Officer s wings at Fort Rucker, alabama on July
    the adjutant general DMAVA HOME
    Brigadier General Glenn K. Rieth
    General Rieth was born on November 27, 1957, in Baltimore, Maryland. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from The Citadel-Military College of South Carolina in 1980 where he was a Distinguished Military Graduate. His military education includes Armor Officer Basic Course, United States Army Rotary Wing and Fixed Wing Flight Schools, Aviation Officer Advanced Course, United States Army Safety Officer Course, United States Air Force Joint Air/Ground Operations School, United States Army Command and General Staff College, and the United States Army War College. EDUCATION:
    1980 Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, Citadel-Military College of South Carolina
    1980 Armor Officer Basic Course
    1981 United States Army Rotary Wing and Fixed Wing Flight Schools
    1985 Rotary Wing Instructor Pilot School
    1986 United States Army Safety Officer Course
    1988 Aviation Officer Advanced Course
    1990 United States Air Force Joint Air/Ground Operations School

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