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The trauma of war and divorce deepened his spiritual self, in such a way that he can now connect, as a priest and chaplain, with others who are living through a dark night of the soul. http://n.pr/1wYW3YZ

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Would you eat a 3D printed MRE? http://onforb.es/13KCSep

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"I want to do this because the troops do so much for us," said Isabella. "I want to write a note that says, 'Thank you for serving our country.' They will know we care."
Once the valentines are finished they will be sent to the nonprofit Soldiers' Angels, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. http://bit.ly/14vXQiz

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Kudos to Army Reserve Specialist Sutherland for staying cool under pressure while rescuing a driver from a burning car.

The SUV was on fire, and the driver was inside. Sutherland unbuckled the woozy driver's seat belt and removed him from the SUV as the flames crept closer to the cabin. The specialist, a horizontal construction engineer with 801st Engineer Battalion out of Vallejo, said he initially thought the man's mental fog may have stemmed from a concussion.
While he credited his Army training for his fast response, he downplayed the incident. "I saw something that needed to happen, and I made it happen," he said. "If I saw it again, I'd do it again. I don't see it as something heroic. It's just who I am."

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QUOTE: The patriot volunteer, fighting for country and his rights, makes the most reliable soldier on earth - Stonewall Jackson
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Is improving your fitness one of your New Year's resolutions? Share your fitness goals for 2015. http://bit.ly/1tJRstL

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"We face our own challenges in the Army Reserve as we prepare the force that is so crucial to the security of our nation" Read more: http://bit.ly/1yw8h26

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to Officer Andrew Dossi and his family.

Dossi, who lives with his parents in Stony Point, is expected to recover but his father doesn't know what the future holds for his son in the military or the NYPD. He knows his son will want to continue with both, if he's able.
"He's a patriotic type of guy," Joseph Dossi said. "Besides the Army, he was airborne, jumping and rappelling out of a helicopter. He came up through the ranks. He's now a staff sergeant. He was supposed to go to Africa next week. I guess that's off."
Dossi had served as a military policeman at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. He now serves with the Army Reserve's 306th Military Police Battalion of the 18th MP Brigade, based on Long Island.

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