Marines from Camp Pendleton are teaching Japanese soldiers from the Western Army Infantry Regiment of Japan about amphibious warfare.
The soldiers will train aboard the USS Somerset, writes Gidget Fuentes of the US Naval Institute on January 25, 2016.
In the Monday, January 25, 2016 edition of the Chief Leader, Sarah Dorsey interviews neurologists and sufferers from 9/11-related neuropathy, an incurable disease that worsens over time damaging nerves, causing simultaneous pain and numbness.
Neurologists at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola discovered that those people exposed to World Trade Center dust are 15 times more likely to have neuropathy than unexposed people, an astronomical rate.
Neuropathy is not covered by the Zadroga Act at this time, though it may be added.
For the second time since November, 2015, passengers on an international flight landing at JFK were allowed to leave the airport without going through Customs, write Victoria Bekiempis and Denis Slattery in the January 25, 2016 edition of the Daily News.
The TSA and US Customs and Border Protections did not answer the Daily News‘ request for comments.