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  1. Marketing the Joint Naval Postgraduate School of Business and Public Policy and University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business, Defense Focused Masters in Business Administration To Active Duty Military Officers by Dennis M. McGowan, 2004
  2. The Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain Management Society of the Robert H. Smith School of Business. (Corporate news).(Brief Article)(Statistical ... article from: Defense Transportation Journal
  3. Star Spangled Secret by K. M. Kimball, 2003-12
  4. China's war against Vietnam, 1979: A military analysis (Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies) by King C Chen, 1983
  5. The French military program for nuclear energy, 1945-1981 (Nuclear History Program occasional paper) by Georges-Henri Soutou, 1989
  6. From nuclear deterrence to reassurance: The role of confidence-building measures and restrictions on military development (PRAC paper) by Lisbeth Gronlund, 1993
  7. Politics, foreign policy and civil-military relations in a Post-Cold War World =: [Russian title] (Occasional papers) by Linda Racioppi, 1997
  8. Joint Task Force - Bravo: The U.S. military presence in Honduras : U.S. Policy for an evolving region by Scott M Hines, 1994
  9. Causes and consequences of Germany's deployment of nuclear capaple delivery systems, 1957-1963 (NHP occasional paper series) by Christian Tuschhoff, 1994
  10. American thinking about the use of force after the Cold War (Occasional papers) by Kori Schake, 1997
  11. Recent relations between China and Taiwan, and Taiwan's defense capabilities (Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies) by Hungdah Chiu, 1996
  12. The Pueblo, EC-121, and Mayaguez incidents: Some continuities and changes (Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies) by Robert R Simmons, 1978
  13. China's nuclear policy: An overall view (Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies) by Shao Chuan Leng, 1984
  14. A New direction in Japanese defense policy: Views from the Liberal Democratic Party Diet members (Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies) by Steven Kent Vogel, 1984

41. Biography Of Secretary Willis - MDSOS
1, 1946, Mr. Willis attended public schools in maryland 1971 at Fort Devens, Massachusettsand Fort Meade, maryland. to the Army Court of military Review, and
John T. Willis The Governor appointed John T. Willis to be Secretary of State on January 18, 1995. Mr. Willis was unanimously confirmed by the Maryland State Senate on February 3, 1995, and confirmed for a second four year term on February 12, 1999. Born November 1, 1946, Mr. Willis attended public schools in Maryland graduating from Westminster High School in 1964. Mr. Willis graduated cum laude from Bucknell University with a B.A. in Economics in 1968. He received his J.D. in 1971 from Harvard Law School with an emphasis on Constitutional Law. In the United States Army, Mr. Willis served in the Judge Advocate General Corps from 1968 to 1971 at Fort Devens, Massachusetts and Fort Meade, Maryland. In the U.S. Army Judiciary, he was Clerk to the Army Court of Military Review, and served with the Defense Appellate Division, 1971-1974. Mr. Willis completed his tour of duty as the Legal Assistance Officer at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, 1974-1975. As an attorney he engaged in private general practice in Westminster, Maryland and Baltimore City from 1975 to 1990 with extensive experience in small business, real estate, zoning and land use law. He was Chief of Staff to the County Executive of Prince George's County from 1990 to 1994. Mr. Willis is an author, historian, and widely recognized expert on the Maryland electorate and the State's demographics. An Adjunct Professor, he is currently teaching Government and Public Policy at the University of Baltimore and has taught in the Business and Economics Department at McDaniel (formerly Western Maryland) College. In addition, Mr. Willis frequently lectures throughout the State. His published works include Presidential Elections in Maryland, Lomond Publications, Inc., 1984; "The United States Court of Military Appeals: Born Again", 52 Indiana Law Journal 151 (1976); "The United States Court of Military Appeals: Its Origin, Operation and Future", 57 Military Law Review 27 (1972). He was a contributing author to Western Maryland: A Profile, T. H. Hattery, Ed., (1980), and Justice and the Military, H. E. Moyer, Jr., Ed., (1972). From December 1973 to August 1974 he edited The Advocate, a bi-monthly newsletter for military defense counsel.

42. Maryland Homeschooling - A To Z Home's Cool
support group is open to all comers and includes members from other military installationsand maryland Support Groups List from Jon Shemitz. Umbrella schools.
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Evangelizing, equipping, and discipling our children, so that the church remains faithful into the next generation. Maryland Association of Christian Home Educators
MACHE exists to support the Christian home schooling families and support group leaders in the state of Maryland. Maryland Home Education Association
MHEA was founded in 1980 to serve and support families of all religious, philosophical and ethnic persuasions. 9085 Flamepool Way, Columbia, MD 21045; Contact: Manfred W Smith, 410-730-0073

43. Snow Hill, Maryland: Schools
as an award winner in the maryland School Performance academies and two year technical/businessschools. force following graduation and 13% enter the military.
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410-632-2582 Phone 410-632-1322 Fax Snow Hill Elementary School Web Site Eloise Henry-Gordy, Principal Snow Hill Elementary School serves students in grades PreK through 3. Our school is a modern facility, totally wired for technology, and located on 26.8 acres in the town of Snow Hill, Maryland. The student enrollment is approximately 400 students. We maintain small class sizes. Our teacher to pupil ratio is 1:20-25. The elementary instructional program emphasizes the development of basic skills while challenging each student to reach his or her potential. Skills are developed through sequential educational programs in the following subjects:
    Language Arts Science Mathematics Physical Education Health/Safety Art Music Media
Special programs are provided for students who are gifted and talented, students in need of remediation, and for students with disabilities. Our school was honored by Governor Parris Glendening as an award winner in the Maryland School Performance Recognition Program. Snow Hill Elementary's MESA Team won a 1

44. Military Brats Online - Linking The Children Of The U.S. Military With Their Her
An online community, linking the children of the US military with their heritage and each other .Category Society military People Children...... Army, Navy, Air Force, schools, Marines, Coast locate, search, alumni organizations,military Brat Network High School, University of maryland Munich Campus,.
Welcome to Military Brats Online Military Brats Online is in its 7th year of serving the Military Brat community. MBO was launched in December of 1995, and was the first web site devoted to linking Military Brats with their heritage and each other. Military Brats Online is a part of the Military Brats Network, is a free resource designed to re-connect Military Brats with each other and their heritage. Vann Baker created and launched Military Brats Online in 1995 in an effort to bring together both stateside and overseas Military Brats using the Internet. Some of the Military Brats Online resources are:
  • Alumni-Schools - hundreds of links to alumni organizations and Military Brat schools which are both open and closed.
  • Announcements - Use this page to read about your alumni reunions. Post your own organization's plans.
  • Brat Life - Read what other Military Brats have to say about growing up as "brat".
  • Sound Off! - Community message boards with topics of interest to Military Brats.
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45. Summer Relocate 2002
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46. WIFV-MD Suburban Maryland Actors/Actresses Postings
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Medieval Times is casting for the role of KING, PRINCESS, MASTER OF CEREMONIES and TOURNAMENT MARSHAL . Successful candidates will be required to perform speaking roles and ride a horse (select roles). Performers with live theater experience are encouraged to apply. Horseback riding experience helpful, but not required. Must be available evenings and weekends. Apply in person on Monday April 14th from 9:00 am (THIS IS THE CORRECTED CALL TIME) to Noon and from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Bring resume and headshot if available. EOE. Company Information: Medieval Times Original Information: Medival Times Announcement Medieval Times
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47. News Release - Ranger Challenge 1999
test cadets in military skills. The Bluejays competed against twentysix teams fromnineteen other senior ROTC schools in the Virginia, maryland and Washington
Hopkins ROTC Finishes Best Ever in Ranger Competition by Cameron Birge GO BACK TO THE JHU ROTC HOMEPAGE This year, the Hopkins Army ROTC sent two nine-person teams to the 13 th th , Hopkins proved itself to be a strongly competitive school in this grueling competition. Senior Josh Mitchell, captain of the first team (team Blue), was pleased with the performance of the teams. "I think the teams did an outstanding job. They trained hard and it paid off. Basically they did well competing against military schools such as Virginia Military Institute and other universities with ROTC programs much larger than ours," Mitchell said. Comprising of a physical fitness test, land navigation course, timed weapons disassembly and assembly event, grenade assault course, one-rope bridge, M-16 marksmanship, and culminating with a 10K road march, the Ranger Competition strives to test cadets on all levels of physical fitness and technical skills. All in all the Blue team managed impressive performances in all of these events especially in the areas of physical fitness. "One of our strengths was definitely physical endurance. They barely missed finishing first in the 10K and placed third in the physical fitness test competition," said Mitchell. The team accomplished this with impressive individual results, such as senior cadet and SAIS student Brendan Gallegher’s 101 push-ups as well as 98 sit-ups for each of the two-minute events. Cadet Gallegher completed the fitness test by running two miles in 12:24. Pre-med student Nicole Sherman, competing for team Black, proved true athleticism by achieving 77 push-ups, 103 sit-ups and completing the run in 14:45. Nicole’s performance netted the highest Hopkins overall individual score.

48. Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore--Worcester County--Education
enter the work force;; 6% opted for military careers;; 3 Three schools of higher educationoffer easy access to a member of the University of maryland System, is
Maryland's Lower Eastern ShoreA Great Place to Do Business! Worcester County, Maryland
Worcester County schools have one of the best attendance records
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67% of high school graduates plan to attend college
Two major universities are nearby
Wor-Wic Community College provides customized job training and offers certificates in manufacturing at the new Advanced Technology Center.
Worcester County has excellent public schools located in outstanding facilities. The county spends a relatively high amount of money on each pupil. Our attendance rate, graduation rate and standardized test scores are well above the state average. The public schools serve approximately 6300 students, grades kindergarten through twelve, in five elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, one career and technology center and one special education school. All schools also have computer labs and media centers. Small classes ensure that students receive individual attention. Day care and pre-school are also widely available in all parts of the county. In 1996:
  • 67% of Worcester County high school grads planned to pursue higher education at a college or university;

49. Maryland Newsline - Schools
schools. By Sonia Kumar maryland Newsline Tuesday, May 15, 2001. That didn't last,and he began working as a military instructor at Ballou High School in
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Louis Diggs beams in front of one of the photograph boards from his collection. (Photo by Sonia Kumar) By Sonia Kumar
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Tuesday, May 15, 2001 CATONSVILLE, Md. – Louis Diggs was teaching students at Catonsville High School how to research their roots when he realized they weren’t coming up with anything, because nothing relevant was written where they could find it. History books, he says, have left out African-Americans and their role in Baltimore. “They don’t say there wasn’t any, or there were any. They just don’t say anything at all about it.” Diggs’first book, “It All Started on Winters Lane,” thus began as a project to help those kids discover the richness of their heritage. “I really wanted something for the kids, the African-American kids, to prove that we as African-Americans did have a little bit of something to say about Catonsville,” Diggs says. “After all, we are due our history.”

50. GT Transfer Equivalency Catalog: U Schools
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51. Senator Mikulski Fact Sheet: Working For Southern Maryland
Fighting for Impact Aid to help fund Southern maryland schools, sincethey receive no property tax revenue from local military bases.
Working for Southern Maryland
Serving Southern Maryland
Senator Mikulski has fought to keep Southern Maryland bases open and strong:
  • Fought for Southern Maryland's military bases during the 1995 Base Realignment and Closure Commission (BRAC) hearings, and helping to prepare for the next round of hearings, scheduled for 2005.
    • Supported the consolidation of the Naval Air Systems Command to Patuxent River Naval Air Station.
    • Advocated the transfer of more than 5,000 additional jobs to Patuxent River Naval Air Station bringing the total civilian or contractor jobs close to 15,000.
  • Worked to expand the Naval Surface Warfare Center at Indian Head in Charles County, bringing in the U.S. Marine Chemical and Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF) and the Joint Interoperability Test Command. Indian Head currently employs over 2,000 people.
Supporting Farming Jobs in Southern Maryland
Senator Mikulski supports farmers and their families:
  • Helping to ease access to crop insurance.
  • Obtaining relief for drought-stricken farmers.
  • Funding Area Health Education Centers (AHECS), thereby increasing the availability of rural health care.

52. Golf & Country Clubs, Military, Fraternal Order, Schools & Universities
Clubs, military, Fraternal order, schools Universities. States Coast Guard Ashtray military Ashtray- United Cup- 1922, Wellwood Club, Charlestown, maryland.
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Click to Enlarge Rrestaurant Ware Demitasse Cup & Saucer- St. Petersburg Golf Club. Cup has the initials "S P G C" with 2 golf clubs and a golf ball, in black on the front. The cup and saucer have a wine colored band, and gold trim around the edges. Saucer measures 4 1/4" and cup is 1 3/4" high. Cup and saucer have marks on the base, but we are unable to read. Vintage 1940s, with minor wear to the gold trim, otherwise excellent condition.
Our Price: $24.00
Click to Enlarge Restaurant Ware Service Plate- St. Andrews Boca Raton, Florida. Service Plate is cobalt blue trimmed in gold, with a white center. The St. Andrews insignia is in the center of the plate. The service plate is 10 1/4 inches and was made by Shenango China, New Castle, Pa. in 1983. Plate is in very nice condition, with minor wear from use.
Our Price: $18.00
Click to Enlarge Airbrushed Golf Club Bowl- Syracuse China - Restaurant Ware Salad Bowl- Syracuse China, USA, airbrushed crossed golf clubs with a "D" above the clubs, scalloped edge with grey around the outside. 6 1/2 inches, with minor surface ware, very nice condition.

53. Shorts - Volume 17 No. 1 - Fall 2002 - Rethinking Schools Online
test site and an end to its growing military support for banded together this pastspring and pushed the maryland legislation to give the schools 35 percent
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Immigrant Students Demand the Right to Attend College
Latino high school students in Milwaukee are part of a national campaign to make college accessible to undocumented immigrant students. This October, young people from several Milwaukee schools, churches, and community organizations will meet with Congressional representatives and ask them to support H.R. 1918, the Student Adjustment Act, and S. 1291, the DREAM Act. Both bills would allow undocumented students who have lived in the United States for at least five years (and who meet other specific criteria) to gain legal residency status. The bills would also allow state universities to charge in-state tuition to the undocumented, and would make undocumented students eligible for grants and loans that they are currently denied. Tens of thousands of undocumented students graduate from U.S. high schools each year, according to the National Immigration Law Center. "College is not an option for most of these young people," explains Yeni Salgado, a college student and volunteer with Voces de la Frontera, a workers' center in Milwaukee that is helping organize the campaign. "If you're undocumented, you can't get in-state tuition, so you end up paying three times as much as other residents. And because you're undocumented, you can't get loans or assistance."

54. CCCO In The News
dress blues, and reports to his weekly military assignment the Blair High School,here in the maryland suburbs of him to go out to area high schools with the
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Recruiters Access to Schools Draws Controversy By Tom Kim December 5, 2001 "The thing I like is the opportunity to talk with young kids," Mr. Johnson said late last month during a break between his pitch to students. "If I can touch just one person and get them on the track of success, that's my gratification." Military recruiters' access to high school campuses has been a complicated and often politically charged issue. Some school districts, perhaps most notably the San Francisco schools, have barred recruiters altogether. Others have limited where recruiting can take place or restricted what type of student information recruiters have access to. The amendment, approved Oct. 30 by a House-Senate conference committee, would require all public schools that receive federal funding to allow military recruiters access to students, as well as to provide the military with student-directory information. Such information would include students' home telephone numbers and addresses. Districts that refused to comply with the directive could risk losing all federal money. A final decision on whether to yank a district's funding would rest with the U.S. secretary of education.

55. Publications & Testimony
MTA Testimony before the maryland Senate (For House of Delegates into the Public schoolsThrough Charter schools, 2/6/03 SB 490 military Pay Exemption, 2/16/00.
Join MTA About MTA Taxpayer Friendly Organizations
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2003 Testimony - Senate SB 338, Empower Parents to Bring Performance and Accountability into the Public Schools Through Charter Schools, 2/6/03, Dee Hodges 2002 Testimony - Senate SB 633, Transparency and Public Accountability for MEDCO , 3/13/02, Richard Falknor SB 323, The Budget Reconciliation Act of 2002, 2/19/2002, Kenneth Timmerman 2000 Testimony-Senate HB 13, "Repeal" of the Inheritance Tax, 3/22/00 Robert Jones SJR 8, "Health Care for All Marylanders," 2/15/00, Richard Falknor and Christopher Unger, M.D. SB 160 - Inheritance Tax Repeal, 2/16/00 SB 490 - Military Pay Exemption, 2/16/00 SB 285 - Income Tax Subtraction for Retirement Pay, 2/16/00 in Senate 1999 Testimony- Senate SB 385, Reduce Sales Tax, 3/3/99

56. FastWeb: FastFocus: Admissions: The Military College Drill
from the US Naval Academy, a military college in Annapolis, maryland. dozens of activitiesthat mirror those found at nonmilitary schools student newspapers

57. Office Of Senator Mikulski: Helpful Links
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    (Lindy Keast Rodman) Many private, for-profit institutions in Virginia offer college degrees with classes designed for the working student. These schools offer courses of study that follow a "fast track" to a degree. More detailed information can be gained from the Web site of the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia, which is Online users can click on the private, for-profit colleges and then access each school's information. Following is a list of these accredited Virginia colleges. American Military University specializes in military studies through distance learning and leads to a bachelor of arts or master's degrees. AMU offers 20 majors including military history (American or world), intelligence studies, military management, marketing, criminal justice, business administration and more. Info: (703) 330-5398 or

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