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Sgt. David Hack is a man with years of experience in the military and in law enforcement as well as being the CEO for the company he started with his wife, US Wings. Sgt. Hack started his career in the Coast Guard before joining the Army and helping train Ranger battalions. Sgt. Hack then joined the Big Red One and served in Vietnam before becoming the countries top recruiter. He then joined law enforcement and became the Chief of Police before stepping down to focus on his new business. Sgt. Hack is now the co-founder and CEO of US Wings, his company that focuses on authentic military apparel and has deals with all branches of the military for uniforms, casual wear, and accessories. He also serves as a leading consultant for Hollywood when it comes to authentic military uniforms and costumes.

The Latest: SEAL Gets Year in Prison for Green Beret Death by The Associated Press


By The Associated Press

The Latest on a Navy SEAL charged in the death of a US Army Green Beret (all times local):

Published: May 16, 2019 at 08:16PM

from NYT U.S. https://nyti.ms/2Hm2lCc

Transgender Lives: Your Stories: Sheri Swokowski by Unknown Author


By Unknown Author

I thought it ironic I could work as a transgender civilian at HQ, Dept of Army yet couldn’t serve my country in uniform.

Published: January 5, 2018 at 04:50PM

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Transgender Lives: Your Stories: Sheri Swokowski by Unknown Author


By Unknown Author

I thought it ironic I could work as a transgender civilian at HQ, Dept of Army yet couldn’t serve my country in uniform.

Published: January 5, 2018 at 04:25PM

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Transgender Lives: Your Stories: Sheri Swokowski by Unknown Author


By Unknown Author

I thought it ironic I could work as a transgender civilian at HQ, Dept of Army yet couldn’t serve my country in uniform.

Published: January 5, 2018 at 04:25PM

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U.S. Army Vows to Fix ‘Broken’ Housing at Fort Meade in Wake of Reuters Report by REUTERS


By REUTERS

The commander of one of the largest Army bases in the United States promised residents to fix a “broken” housing system in which maintenance lapses by a private landlord left military families in homes with health and safety hazards.

Published: January 17, 2019 at 06:43AM

from NYT https://nyti.ms/2Dh7w4B

At Ease: An Old Army-Navy Score Has Been Settled by JULIET MACUR


By JULIET MACUR

In 1964, an Army cadet made a wager with a Navy midshipman about the outcome of the annual game. But the bet was never paid off. Until now.

Published: December 7, 2018 at 07:00AM

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