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Historic USS Hornet Reunion to Commemorate Aircraft Carrier’s 70th Anniversary

ALAMEDA, CA. — This Veterans Day the USS Hornet will take a unique approach to saluting America’s military veterans. Crew members from significant engagements in U.S. history will return to the the USS Hornet - the aircraft carrier on which they served - to share their stories. The veterans will share their memories during a special panel discussion in which the public is invited to attend. This historic return commemorates Veteran's Day, the 70th anniversary of the commissioning of the USS Hornet, and the 15th... more


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Blue Angels Plan Return to Island Sky

Bataan Death March Survivor Harry Edward Steen Sr. Dies at 97

TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT: Spreckels Theatre Company presents North Bay Premiere of "Mary Poppins"

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Eight Women Complete Week One of Army Ranger School

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