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Fox became the first woman to receive a Purple Heart for her heroic actions during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Fox, who was serving as the chief nurse at Hickam Field, Hawaii, remained calm throughout the attack on Pearl Harbor and her hospital, and successfully directed hospital staff to tend to the wounded as they came in from harbor. In , Cook, who served as a combat nurse during World War II, sustained shrapnel wounds while working at a field hospital on the Italian front.
Despite her injuries, Cook continued to work and was later commended with both awards for her heroic actions. Kennedy, who served in the Navy during World War II, injured his back when a Japanese destroyer collided with his patrol torpedo boat near the Solomon Islands. As his boat sank, Kennedy refused to let his injury stop him from towing a badly burned crew member to safety. Curry T. Haynes currently holds the record for the largest number of Purple Hearts bestowed upon a single service member.
Haynes, who served in the Army during the Vietnam War, was awarded his first Purple Heart after an ambush in the jungle, where he was shot in the arm. After surgery in Japan, he returned to the front where his actions would later result in being awarded his nine additional Purple Hearts. In the span of one assault — which involved dodging multiple grenades — Haynes sustained a series of injuries, including the loss of two fingers.
He later received nine Purple Hearts — one for each wound — and passed away in July from cancer. You can help our heroes with the little things that will mean so much this year like a phone call home, comfort foods or a place to relax. Celebrating Thanksgiving with a deployed spouse can take its toll on the entire military family, but especially on the military spouses. Andrea Weathers shares her firsthand accounts of spending Thanksgivings apart from both her Navy husband and her own family - and how her military community supported her through it all. The U. Navy Chaplain Corps is responsible for the spiritual well-being of service members of all faiths.
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Download our app to find events, locations and programs near you. The appearance of DoD visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. If so, what happens to my data if I click it by accident? It can happen quickly. In short, Google has transformed the question of consenting to data upload from something affirmative that I actually had to put effort into — entering my Google credentials and signing into Chrome — into something I can now do with a single accidental click.
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This is a dark pattern. It even gives former Google people the creeps. We do this with some vague understanding that yes, the Internet spies on us. But we also believe that this spying is weak and probabilistic. What happens if you take that belief away? Will user feel comfortable browsing for information on sensitive mental health conditions — if their real name and picture are always loaded into the corner of their browser?
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This seems to be changing. Changes like this burn a lot of trust with users. If the change is solving an absolutely critical problem for users , then maybe a loss of trust is worth it. I wish Google could convince me that was the case. Google has spent millions of dollars adding additional tracking features to both Chrome and Android.
I reject this argument. For ten years I believe Google Chrome did just this.
Why not stop using Google altogether instead? Great stuff. Many of these have great UX to match! I would like to add for Gmail alternative: , based in Switzerland, in Swiss cloud, so out of reach of the loose US and Chinese privacy regulations. For some reason the name of the email program I mentioned dropped out of my line: I would like to add for Gmail alternative: Protonmail, based in Switzerland, in Swiss cloud, so out of reach of the loose US and Chinese privacy regulations.
Love this, specially suggestions for Facebook replacements. Is anybody here using them and would like to share their review? How so? Every company maintaining its own codebase chooses which changes to pull from the upstream and when. It can be disabled, so any chromium-based browser can disable that by default. What existential threat is the Russian govt to anyone not living in Russia? Until they get acquired by Google, and then I suddenly care a whole lot. People are starting to notice this radical change and will take action soon.
I moved all my email accounts in Protonmail, use Firefox or TorBrowser and use Duckduckgo for searches. They are in league with the globalists. The first clue was when they chased off Brendan Eich for supporting traditional marriage. Then they came out in support of DACA. Use Opera and Vivaldi instead. Tor is great for anonymity, but is rather slow if planned to be used like a regular browser.
Plus, being used from the Firefox, albeit open source so not, hopefully, corrupted, it also tends to hog memory like Firefox does. In near future they will implement it in Chrome to compete with Safari and Firebox but still get to bypass it because user is still logged in.
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I just wish the product would mature a little faster, so I can switch. I have many issues with Chrome. Something for you to consider is the following. What price your personal comfort? There is, you might have noticed, a price for most verything.
To be completely paranoid you should be aware that while you use Yandex browser, your data is transferring to soviet russia. Oh, it is most soviet than ever. This comment was written using Mozilla Firefox.
I wonder how this is going to work for me when I have three different Gmail accounts logged in on the same Chrome browser. Google has stated that no configuration flags are guaranteed to stay.