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The US Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship’s flexibility has made its deployment in South-East Asia a crucial one.
One reader remembers the first commercial aircraft crash in Malaysia, a tragedy which left an indelible effect four decades on.
They were tested in their very first real rescue mission, and these four-legged heroes did good.
Thailand’s Tham Luang cave to become museum to showcase boys’ rescue
Born to visually impaired parents, Chan May Chong is soaring high as of the few female engineers in aeronautics in the United States.
Lt Col Norhana Abd Manaf shares stories of her profession, including retrieving the body of a close colleague who died in a helicopter crash.
The easiest way to sum it up is, people. Not just any people – but those that don’t judge you, they hold you accountable with grace and love, and they never give up on you, no matter what.
Just because you’re out in the open air doesn’t mean you can relax your guard, and hiking associations and walking tour guides have been busy issuing trail guidelines.
Local authorities were searching for Rivera after her four-year-old son was found floating alone in a rented boat on Lake Piru in California.