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Harold J. Greene during a dignified transfer at Dover Air Force Base on August 7, 2014 in Dover, Delaware. According to reports, Greene, who was assigned to the Combined Security Transition Command, was killed after his unit was attacked in Afghanistan. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) DOVER, DE – AUGUST 07: U.S. Army soldiers carry the flag-draped… An Army carry team transfers the remains of Army Maj.

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12. A concert by the Eagles will be the first major event in the arena on Sept.12. At the committee meeting, police, fire, EMS and communications officials briefed council on their preparations for the arenas opening. OConnell has full confidence that all of them are on top of it. Time will tell. If something goes astray. You tweak it; you make it better. Were going to have some growing pains throughout the downtown area, agreed Hendricks.

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Pierce ran for 37 yards, including a 2-yard touchdown run to end Baltimore’s opening drive. Kubiak’s offense is different for the running backs, too, and Pierce appears to have made the adjustment. “It’s definitely a one-cut system,” he said. “It’s not that complicated to run.” John Harbaugh was predictably low-key about the success of the running game. “It’s just one day and you have to build on top of it,” he said. San Francisco had offensive coordinator Greg Roman back from last year, but he streamlined the playbook during the offseason in an effort to make it easier for Kaepernick to get the call in.

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More than a dozen other coalition soldiers were wounded, including about eight Americans, according to early accounts of the attack. It was among the bloodiest insider attacks of the war in Afghanistan. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT The Army’s top soldier, Gen. Ray Odierno, issued a statement Tuesday evening saying the Army’s thoughts and prayers were with Greene’s family as well as the families of those injured in the attack. In a 34-year career that began at Fort Polk, La., Greene, a native of upstate New York, earned a reputation as an inspiring leader with a sense of humility. He had been in Afghanistan since January, serving as deputy commander of a support command called the Combined Security Transition Command, in Kabul.


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