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Posted Wednesday, December 7, 2016 by WLRH News

In the December 7th edition of the Tennessee Valley News Hour produced by the WLRH Radio Reading Service, we remember the 75th anniversary of the attach on Pearl Harbor. Reader Kathy Jones spoke with members of the Grissom High School band, which was invited to this year's ceremony in Hawaii. She also spoke with Mr Charles Hawkins, a Huntsville resident who served with the Marines in World War II working as one of Admiral Nimitz's orderlies. We hope you enjoy this podcast of tonight's show. Tune in the Tennessee Valley News Hour Tuesday through Friday at 7pm on 89.3-HD3 News/Talk.

  • Russia's new Iskander system can be armed with nuclear warheads and can fire either ballistic (pictured) or cruise missiles. The Iskander-M missile launcher was used during a military exercise last month by the Russian Eastern Military District's 5th army at a firing range in Ussuriysk, Russia.

    Posted Thursday, December 8, 2016 by NPR News

    New satellite photos suggest Russia is preparing to base new nuclear-capable missiles in its Baltic enclave between Lithuania and Poland. The missiles are likely meant as a warning to the West.

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