A marine places a stone in memory of Marine Cpl. Dale A. Burger Jr. at the Gold Star Plaza in APG’s Living Legacy Forest.

Harrison Henneberg, 16, of Clifton, Virginia (right) operates the fire hose nozzle as Joseph Telfer, 14, of Baltimore, (center) handles the hose and APG firefighter James Smith, left, supervises during an exercise at the APG South (Edgewood) fire station on Monday, July 1, 2019. Harrison and Joseph are two of more than 160 members of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Corps who are taking part in a 9-day camp at APG. In addition to firefighting and emergency management skills, the cadets — ages 13–17 —spent their time at the installation learning military customs, Naval history and leadership lessons.

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After nearly two decades of consistent play, the Yankee captain announces his retirement, while this author moves on

Jon Bleiweis

Newspaper reporter by day and sometimes night. Writing here off the clock every once in awhile. Yankees fan all the time. 75" tall. More at JonBleiweis.com.

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