Department of USAGT. Emergency Marshals office command center Maryland DC

Department of USAGT. Emergency  Marshals office command center Maryland DC A investigation that help citizens even when they don't know it. appointed director Michael.H.Henry phone. 443-989-

Department of USAGT. Emergency  Marshals office command center Maryland DC
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Department of USAGT. Emergency Marshals office command center Maryland DC

06/20/2017

We are a nonprofit organization and there are some mistakes in our bio and our location has moved. We are trying to fix the problems asap! We'll keep you informed.

03/09/2017

We are on the move.

10/17/2016

How is everyone doing?

11/17/2015

Director Henry is on the move again!!

04/06/2015

Director Henry is thinking on leaving the USA GT Command Center and law enforcement!!

11/08/2014

Help stop drugs from comeing into are high schools

Also known as: “weed,” “pot,” “bud,” “grass,” “herb,” “Mary Jane,” “MJ,” “reefer,” “skunk,” “boom,” “gangster,” “kif,” “chronic,” and “ganja”

Marijuana is a mixture of the dried and shredded leaves, stems, seeds, and flowers of Cannabis sativa—the hemp plant. The mixture can be green, brown, or gray. Stronger forms of the drug include sinsemilla (sin-seh-me-yah), hashish (“hash” for short), and hash oil.

Of the approximately 400 chemicals in marijuana, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, known as THC, is responsible for many of the drug’s psychotropic (mind-altering) effects. It’s this chemical that changes how the brain works, distorting how the mind perceives the world.

Legal Issues

It is illegal to buy, sell, or carry marijuana under Federal law. The Federal Government considers marijuana a Schedule I substance—having no medicinal uses and high risk for abuse. However, across the United States, marijuana state laws for adult use are changing. As of 2014, more than 20 states have passed laws allowing the use of marijuana as a treatment for certain medical conditions.

In addition, two states have legalized marijuana for adult recreational use. Because of concerns over the possible harm to the developing teen brain and the risk of driving under the influence, marijuana use by people under age 21 is prohibited in all states.

Strength and Potency

The amount of THC in marijuana has increased over the past few decades—from 4% in the 1980s to almost 15% in 2012.1 Scientists don’t yet know what this increase in potency means for a person’s health. It could be that users take in higher amounts of THC, or they may adjust how they consume marijuana (like smoke or eat less) to compensate for the greater potency.

Hash Oil

The honey-like resin from the marijuana plant has 3 to 5 times more THC than the plant itself. Smoking it (also called “dabbing”) can lead to dangerous levels of intoxication requiring emergency treatment. People have been burned in fires and explosions caused by attempts to extract hash oil using butane (lighter fluid).

The USAGT is having a feast on October 4 2014
10/02/2014

The USAGT is having a feast on October 4 2014

Sandy hook shooting.
09/01/2014

Sandy hook shooting.

You are not forgotten.
09/01/2014

You are not forgotten.

09/01/2014

AMERICAN HEROES

The 21st Century has brought many changes to our Country. The terrorists' attacks of September 11, 2001, ultimately led to the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. We would like to bring a positive light on such dark circumstances by fostering hope and inspiration to those children and their families who will deal with the unexpected loss of a family member.
Mission:
Never Forget Our Fallen
is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to educating the current and future generations on the importance of honoring and never forgetting those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to protect our lives, homes, streets, and freedom since 9/11.

Vision:
In the spirit of fostering hope and inspiration to all servicemen and servicewomen and their families, the Never Forget Our Fallen organization hopes to provide assistance to servicemen and servicewomen and their families, participate in community events, and procure land for the construction of a Memorial Wall.

Remember nothing I do or say will bring back the brave troops we have lost in
Afghanistan, Iraq or any conflict.
I will do my best to honor all who have served or those currently serving.
I respectfully ask that all of you reflect the sacrifices that
millions of our servicemen and women and their
children/families have made to
ensure our freedom and safety in the
United States of America.
Remember our troops in Prayers, everyday.
Respectfully,
Deborah Getz

Support Our Troops
Never Forget Our Fallen
Respect & Honor All Veterans
Past & Present

Please e-mail your photos and biography about your Fallen Hero as it would be an honor to add your fallen hero to this web site:
"Never Forget Our Fallen."
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Sunday August 31, 2014 8:45PM

09/01/2014

Fallen American Heroes



2013 Military Children's Christmas Party & Toy Drop Locations
RSVP & Directions For The 2013 Military Children's Christmas Party
NFOF Mission & Vision
Donate to Never Forget Our Fallen
Contact Us
Deborah Getz' Story
Hummer Story & Pictures
About Army Ranger Kristofer
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KIA 5/19/2007 Varela



Alexander Varela was born Jan. 29th, 1988, in Roseville, CA, where he lived most of his life. While living with his father in Fernley, NV, he enlisted in the Army. He graduated basic training at Fort Benning, GA, Aug. 11, 2006, was assigned to Fort Hood, TX, and then deployed to Iraq at the end of October, 2006. He was killed in the Amariyah section of Baghdad when an IED blew up the tank he was driving, all aboard were killed.
Alex's favorite things to do were ride his quad in the Nevada desert, play paintball with his buddies and cousin in Folsom, Ca, play Halo on his X-Box 360 with guys at Camp Liberty, and photograph his brother Roger and skate buddies.
He was my baby and will be missed every day for the rest of my life.
Submitted by loving mother, Rinda Pope.

KIA 9/26/2007
Taylor



KIA 10/31/2006
Weidemann

Michael Weidemann was killed while on patrol in the Anbar Province west of Baghdad when his armored vehicle hit an improvised explosive device. He was serving his second tour in Iraq for the Army's 1st Battalion, 36th Infrantry Regiment, 1st Brigage, 1st Armored Division.

Submitted by: Loving sister Catharine





SPC Mathew D. Taylor Sky Soldier: July 7, 1986 KIA September 26, 2007 OEF Afghanistan

Born on July 7, 1986, in Carmichael, Ca., he passed away on September 26, 2007, in Fort Sam Houston, Texas, at the Brooke Army Medical Center from injuries he sustained in an IED attack while deployed in Afghanistan on July 23, 2007. Also killed in the attack were 1st SGT Michael Curry, SGT Travon T. Johnson, PFC Adam J. Davis and PFC Jessy S. Rogers. Mathew was the 50 cal gunner on that Humvee. He fought hard and long to over come his injuries. God needed a soldier to be by his side, On September 26th, with his mother, his sister and best friend Danny by his side, Mathew lost his fight.

Mathew was a loving son and brother, he is survived by his mother Patty A. Taylor sister Heather E. Taylor. Mathew began his military career in April 2006. He attended boot camp, jump school, and AIT training at Fort Benning, Georgia. He was later stationed in Vicenza, Italy as an Airborne Infantry Soldier with the 1st Airborne Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team. After five and a half months he was then deployed to Afghanistan in May 2007.

Mathew made the ultimate sacrifice for his country. Please never forget what he gave and every other fallen hero.

We love you Mathew and miss you every single day. You were always our hero and will remain our hero.

Submitted by;
Loving sister and mom

08/28/2014

Robert.P.Mills died at the age 92 born 1921-2014 August 17th at3:30pm the USAGT.gov
Honors this man with respect over 5.000 people came to his funeral.

08/28/2014

You must be a U.S citizen!!!

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Here's that call from 9:20 am

9:25 am man called the USAGT.gov about a comeplant with his Justis his neighbors are throwing trash in there yard.
08/26/2014

9:25 am man called the USAGT.gov about a comeplant with his Justis his neighbors are throwing trash in there yard.

Support are troops they have given so much it's time to return the favor.
08/26/2014

Support are troops they have given so much it's time to return the favor.

Sarah Ortt is on the job right now!!
08/26/2014

Sarah Ortt is on the job right now!!

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New principals have been assigned to eight local public schools and three interim principals have been given permanent a...
08/26/2014

New principals have been assigned to eight local public schools and three interim principals have been given permanent assignments to their schools for the 2014-2015 school year.

Among the 11 principals on the list, three of them are serving as interim principals at the schools they have been assigned to for next year.

They include Ronald Wooden of Havre de Grace Elementary School, who was named Assistant Principal of the Year by the Maryland Association of Elementary School Principals in March.

The other two are Tara Dedeaux, acting principal of Bakerfield Elementary School in Aberdeen, and Christina Douglas, acting principal of Church Creek Elementary School in Belcamp.

Principals at new schools include Michael Thatcher, who is transferring from his position as principal of the alternative education program at the Center for Educational Opportunity in Aberdeen to C. Milton Wright High School.

Thatcher will be replaced by Kilo Mack, an assistant principal at Aberdeen High School.

Gregory Lane, an assistant principal at Edgewood Elementary School, will be the principal of Deerfield Elementary School, also in Edgewood. Deerfield's principal, Celeste Klima, has been reassigned as principal of Dublin Elementary School.

Aberdeen Middle Principal Chandra Krantz will be the new principal of Havre de Grace Middle School; she will switch roles with Havre de Grace Middle Principal Anthony Bess.

Kathleen Garafola, an assistant principal at Red Pump Elementary School, has been promoted to principal of Jarrettsville Elementary School; the current principal will retire.

Rose Martino, an assistant principal at Bel Air Elementary School, will be the principal of Roye-Williams Elementary School in the Havre de Grace area; the current principal will retire.

Twelve-month assistant principals include Helen Miller, assigned to Aberdeen High School; Micah Humbert, assigned to Aberdeen Middle; Matthew Koester, assigned to Bel Air Middle School; Lamark Holley, assigned to Edgewood Middle School; Tracy Hill, assigned to Havre de Grace Middle; and Randy Geyer, assigned to the John Archer School.

Ten-month assistant principals include Regina Jones, assigned to Aberdeen High School; Robin Smith, assigned to Abingdon Elementary School; Rebecca Spencer, assigned to Bel Air Elementary School; Ayn Ford, assigned to Church Creek Elementary; Lisa Minutoli, assigned to Churchville Elementary School; Jeanna Gentile, assigned to Edgewood Elementary; and Michael Cuneo, assigned to Fallston Middle School.

Additional 10-month principals include Anjanette Cook, assigned to Forest Hill Elementary School; Kristen Mang, assigned to George D. Lisby Elementary School at Hillsdale in Aberdeen; Alison Donnelly, assigned to Hall's Cross Roads Elementary School in Aberdeen; Jennifer Gasdia, assigned to Havre de Grace Elementary; Christian Slattery, assigned to Jarrettsville Elementary; Paul Single, assigned to Joppatowne Elementary; Reginald Perry, assigned to Red Pump; Karen Petr, assigned to Ring Factory Elementary School in Bel Air South; Tracey Hanus, assigned to Riverside Elementary School; Kimberly Kron, assigned to Roye-Williams; and Kathleen Hobbs, assigned to William S. James Elementary School in Bel Air South.

Want to join the USAGT.gov call (410)406-7875
08/26/2014

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OBAMA’S ISIS PRESSURE POINT IS DEMS' WORST NIGHTMAREAs if the pressure of running under President Obama’s domestic polic...
08/26/2014

OBAMA’S ISIS PRESSURE POINT IS DEMS' WORST NIGHTMARE
As if the pressure of running under President Obama’s domestic policies wasn’t bad enough for vulnerable Democrats, the administration’s quandary over what to do about the ravages of the Islamist terror group ISIS is making the squeeze unbearable. Back in Washington from his two week vacation, the president hunkers down with senior advisors at the White House today. Among those meetings, a session with Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, who warned ISIS “is beyond anything that we’ve seen.” Republican hawks seized on the comments Sunday, hammering Obama to take more aggressive action and exhibit leadership in place of a “feckless” foreign policy. Meanwhile Democrats, who have been tepidly supportive or staying under the radar during the administration’s limited air strikes in Iraq, have another policy crisis to run away from as their chances of holding control of the Senate look increasingly remote. President Obama may be under pressure to act quickly, but he has already said a solution in Iraq is “a long term project.” That’s little consolation for those on the president’s team facing voters just 10 weeks from now, no matter which policy direction he chooses.

08/26/2014

Ortt Appointed Director of the Maryland Geological Survey
by Martha

Maryland Geological Survey’s new director, Richard Ortt, Jr.

Governor Martin O’Malley today appointed Richard Allen Ortt, Jr. Director of the Maryland Geological Survey. An extremely well-respected member of the Geologic, Hydrologic and Chesapeake Bay scientific community, Ortt has been with the Survey since 1992, most recently serving as acting director since the retirement of former director Jeffrey Halka this past June.
“Rich has already demonstrated his ability to manage the complex issues that come under the purview of the Maryland Geological Survey,” said Governor O’Malley. “We look forward to his continued leadership and guidance as he assists the agency in furthering its knowledge of Maryland’s physical environment to address concerns and allow for more informed decision-making.”
During his tenure, Rich has worked on a diverse set of geologic engineering issues including those related to sediment erosion, transport, deposition and accumulation in reservoirs and shipping channels. He advanced the use of remote sensing and unattended monitoring devices to collect data for both management activities and scientific study, and directed the acquisition, installation and maintenance of Maryland’s only seismograph for monitoring earthquakes.
Rich holds a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. He and his wife Janine live in Harford County with their four children Sarah, Madeleine, James and Christopher.
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Tom Lipka
Oct 4 2013
Congratulations Dr. Ortt!
You probably do not know me but I used to be a very frequent visitor to the Survey and have come to know and appreciate many of the geologists and publications personnel there dating back to the mid-1980′s! Consequently, I also have purchased and acquired probably half of the Survey’s publications and maps that were invaluable tools for my research. Though I don’t visit in person very much, i am _still_ a regular visitor to the MGS Website and avail myself of the information therein.
Please keep up the good work at tand of he MGS!

This is Ashley Ortt we are open 24/7 a day are Facebok page is until 7:00 Am to 6:30 pm.
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This is Ashley Ortt we are open 24/7 a day are Facebok page is until 7:00 Am to 6:30 pm.

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Warning!! Obama is are president are leader DO NOT disrespect are leader to do so is terrorism HONOR HIM with respect and kindness yes he does go on vocations a lot we would to if we had the chance.

Obama the USAGT.gov respects you for you are are commander and chief!!!!

Governor Martin Omally of Maryland
08/25/2014

Governor Martin Omally of Maryland

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