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Tag: Public Affairs

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WASHINGTON — After years of embarrassment and wounded street cred, top Air Force generals hosted a summit this past weekend to address the greatest crisis currently facing their service: zero cases of stolen valor. “Everybody wants to dress up and pretend to be a Marine or soldier or Navy SEAL. How come nobody wants to […]
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — Two women have become the first same-sex couple to marry on a Marine Corps base, after the Camp Pendleton base chapel honored their request to hold a wedding ceremony last week, Duffel Blog has learned. Sgt. Theresa Lovelace and her partner, Cynthia Downonu, married on June 12, just weeks before Lovelace is scheduled to deploy […]
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FORT LEE, VA – The deputy commander of the Army’s Public Affairs Office is seeking assistance from leaders of major Army commands in reducing instances of “photobombing,” which renders combat photographs unusable, and often makes the public relations war unwinnable. “Our job is to get out there and capture real-world moments in combat, so that we can […]
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Ask a Public Affairs Officer is a semi-regular column highlighting the best and brightest in the public relations field: Military PAO’s, who specialize in dodging the tough questions, spinning the worst, and hoping for the best. What do you think about this whole Iranian nuclear thing? Are we going to go in there and wipe […]
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Tampa, FL – Duffel Blog was recently nominated for the highly prestigious Pulitzer Prize. The award, out of the memory of renowned journalist Joseph Pulitzer, is set to be announced sometime later this year to multiple news outlets. Duffel Blog is proud to be in the running as one of them. The nomination comes despite […]
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