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Leanna "Lee" Joy Owen - A Dancing Granny, mother, and grandmother [Waukesha Parade Tragedy 1st Anniversary]

2022.11.21 18:38 melent3303 Leanna "Lee" Joy Owen - A Dancing Granny, mother, and grandmother [Waukesha Parade Tragedy 1st Anniversary]

Born on October 13th, 1950. Lee died on November 21, 2021. She is survived by her two sons Chris and Matt, her grandchildren Taylor, Brett, and Hayley, her ex-husband and close friend Mike, her dog Oscar, and her three cats. Born in Moline, Illinois, she graduated from Stoughton High School where she met and later married Michael V. Owen. Although they divorced, Mike and Lee remained lifelong close friends. She worked many jobs over the years but loved her most recent job as an apartment manager the most. Beloved by her tenants, she considered many to be family. Her iron will and warm smile will be missed.
Lee was a member of the Dancing Grannies for 12 years. She never missed a practice and loved her fellow members like sisters. She traveled all over Wisconsin performing in up to 25 parades a year. Lee died doing what she loved, surrounded by those she loved. Lee also loved spending time with her grandkids and was passionate about animals. She rescued many cats and dogs throughout her life including Oscar, her beloved bulldog. Lee was loved by many and will be missed by all.
Dancing Granny Leanna \"Lee\" Joy Owen
Lee Owen poses for a photo in her costume for the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies. Owen was a member of the dance group for 12 years.
Lee Owen and her granddaughter Hayley Owen are seen in a photo from a parade a few years ago. Both performed with their own dance groups.
Milwaukee Dancing Grannies group picture. Leanna \"Lee\" Owen, 71, front center, to the left.
Leanna \"Lee\" Owen pictured with Wilhelm Hospel's wife Lola. Leanna and Lola have been friends for many years.
Leanna Lee Owen
Leanna Lee Owen
Grandma Leanna with the grandkids

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2022.11.21 18:38 melent3303 Tamara L. Carlson Durand - A teacher and chaplain, cheerleading coach, a Dancing a Granny, a mother and grandmother, and in one dramatic moment in 2009, a lifesaver who helped rescue a man from the Wisconsin River. [Waukesha Parade Tragedy 1st Anniversary]

Tamara L. Carlson Durand - A teacher and chaplain, cheerleading coach, a Dancing a Granny, a mother and grandmother, and in one dramatic moment in 2009, a lifesaver who helped rescue a man from the Wisconsin River. [Waukesha Parade Tragedy 1st Anniversary]
Born September 7, 1969, and raised in the Milwaukee area, Durand was proud of her Ukrainian roots on her mother's side. A graduate of Mukwonago High School and the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Durand spent 17 years in the Beaver Dam Unified School District. She worked as an elementary school teacher and was a cheerleading coach. She was a hospice chaplain at Zilber Family Hospice and also a volunteer chaplain at Waukesha Memorial Hospital for several years. Tamara had Masters degrees in Education and Theology, and was aspiring to complete her Doctorate in Theology. She was an organ donor, and will continue helping people even after her passing.
Here is she speaking as a Parishioner: https://youtu.be/3xkoY8-1QFQ
Tamara L. Carlson Durand speaking at St.Jerome's Oconomowoc.
Tamara Durand, right, with her friend Tara Dall spent the last few days of Durand's life together.
Tamara Durand vacationing in Florida.

Photo with her husband
Tamara Durand’s final Facebook post showed her smiling, holding her pompoms and dressed in a winter coat and hat.
At the beach
Wearing a Mickey jacket

Run for music 10k race in 2021 Naples , Florida


"She just believed angels watched over us," said her father, David Carlson.

"We don’t know how she became a Dancing Granny," her father said. "We just know she immediately loved them, she loved those ladies." "She would tell us, 'I’m the youngest one in the group and these women in their 70s and 80s are out-dancing me,' " her father said.


Rescuing a man from the Wisconsin River
On Aug. 14, 2009, Durand became a real-life "guardian angel." While serving as a resident chaplain at Aspirus Hospital in Wausau, Durand, then known by her married name of Frinak, went out for a early-morning run in the rain. As she crossed a bridge over the Wisconsin River she heard someone screaming. She went down to the river bank and saw a man 20 feet into the river, according to an account she gave the Beaver Dam Daily Citizen. She used her Red Cross training to help bring the man to the bank. "I was laying on my stomach on the ledge trying to get him to come to me," she told the Daily Citizen. "When he came to a wall he couldn't climb it. He kept going under so I pulled him 50 feet along the retaining wall. It was a miracle I never fell in myself. I kept encouraging him, saying things like, 'Have faith,' and 'God will help you.' " She couldn't pull the man from the water. But as he held on to a 4-inch rod, Durand went for help, called 911 and emergency services showed up. "She barely told us about it," her father recalled.

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2022.11.21 18:37 melent3303 Jane D. Kulich - Bank Teller, mother, grandmother, caregiver, restaurant server, & production assistant [Waukesha Parade Tragedy 1st Anniversary]

Jane D. Kulich - Bank Teller, mother, grandmother, caregiver, restaurant server, & production assistant [Waukesha Parade Tragedy 1st Anniversary]
Jane Kulich, 52, was a mother of three and grandmother of three. She had worked at Citizens Bank as a teller since November of 2020. Prior to that, Kulich was a caregiver for Visiting Angels, worked as server at Dave's Family restaurant for nearly four years and worked as a production assistant at Klinke Cleaners for two and a half years. Kulich had studied medical billing and coding at West Allis' now-closed Sanford Brown College and she listed the following as causes she cared about: animal welfare, children and human rights.
A GoFundMe spokesperson, called Kulich "loving, beautiful and charismatic mother, grandmother and friend to so many." "The world is a much darker place without a woman like this in the world,"

In a Facebook post, Kulich's daughter, Taylor Smith, wrote this tribute: "There's no words. It's so unreal. My mom was killed last night. We are told she didn't suffer. Thank God. I'm so grateful I got to have her this long, but damn. She was walking in the parade last night. She was so happy. I love you mom. Rest in peace my beautiful angel
Jane Kulich
Wedding Day

Jane Kulich pictured with her daughter
Jane Kulich
Jane Kulich
In Loving Memory
Jane Kulich with husband
Jane Kulich
Jane Kulich
Jane Kulich

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2022.11.21 18:37 melent3303 Wilhelm "Bill" Hospel - An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed hunting deer, squirrel and the occasional pheasant with a gun or a bow. He loved dancing with his wife — ballroom, Latin dance and even family square dances with his son and daughter [Waukesha Parade Tragedy 1st Anniversary]

Born April 23, 1940. Wilhelm Hospel — known as “Bill” to friends and loved ones — left Kleve, Germany, at the age of 15 with his parents. Hospel also was known for riding ATVs — or going “buggy” riding as he and his friends called it — in the northern part of the state.
Lola (his wife) and Bill met after one of her friends, who was dating a German man, set the two up on a blind date. Hospel, Lola recalled, was only 18 or 19 years old. The couple was married for 61 years.
On the day of the parade, Lola said she asked Hospel if he would give up the opening weekend of the gun hunt to help with the Dancing Grannies because they were so short on helpers.
Wilhelm “Bill” Hospel, seen in October after riding ATVs.
Wilhelm “Bill” Hospel with his wife Lola
Photos with friends
Another photo of Wilhelm “Bill” Hospel.
“His favorite saying was ‘keep moving.’ He kept saying as we got older, how important it was to keep moving and keep active,” his wife, Lola, said. And he and Lola started learning the sport of pickleball in the spring. “He took to it right away,” Lola recalled. “Every Tuesday and Thursday, it was on his calendar; we were playing pickleball.” Lola described her husband as a quietly affectionate man. “He was not a real outgoing person, but the people he was friends with, he was really close with,” Lola explained. Lola described Hospel as an all-around handyman who was ready and willing to tackle any home improvement project. “First, he was a cabinetmaker, then a patternmaker,” Lola said. “He liked to repair things and do handiwork. He had a good eye for making the best use of spaces.

Nita Hospel, Wilhelm Hospel’s 55-year-old niece, described her uncle as “truly the American success story.” “All the boys came over on the boat with mom and dad and created new successful lives in the States,” she said. “He was what you want as an inspiration.” Like her father, Nita said Hospel retained his German accent, making storytimes at those gatherings even more special. “It was always so heartwarming to see him and all the boys together and listening to him talk with his brothers,” she said. “(Hearing them) talk about stories of the farm and where they grew up and their childhood was always fascinating.” Two years ago, Hospel returned to Germany for the first time since 1955. “He had always said he had been there and didn’t need to see it again. But when he was there, even in 1955, there was still a lot of damage from the war,” Lola explained. “He (grew up) in the rural area of a bombed-out city and now it’s a thriving town,” she said. “We met so many relatives and past friends of the family. He was so happy he went.”

Jim Ray, who identified himself on Facebook as a co-worker of Lola, wrote Monday that he was "absolutely heartbroken." Another man, Todd Heeter, wrote that Hospel was his former landlord. Heeter said he was at a loss for words after hearing the news that Hospel, who he described as "81 years young," was dead.

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2020.12.16 14:56 Nezrite Journal Sentinel reporter Meg Jones has died

Story here.
I met her when we both worked the Journal Sentinel booth at Wisconsin State Fair years ago, and we really hit it off. She was funny and warm and self-deprecatory, and also a curious and compassionate reporter. I'm just gutted. Milwaukee has lost one of the good ones.
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2018.10.12 19:40 njfreddie Captain Q, USMC


The premier episode of Star Trek TNG: Encounter at Farpoint introduced Q. He became an iconic and beloved foil for Captain Picard and fan-favorite, crossing over to DS9 and VOY. What is not discussed often is his appearance in that introductory episode as the Marine captain. Much can be said from the few seconds he wore that persona. He was set up as an antagonist to Picard and humanity, but there were small elements of that uniform that have not been elaborated upon. He may have appeared as an American Marine captain, but he was, in fact, wearing ribbons of valor and giving a glimpse of his military career in the Q Continuum to Captain Picard.

The Scene

Q *dressed as an Elizabeth captain: Captain, thy little centuries go by so rapidly. Perhaps thou will better understand this. *Q A flash of light and he is wearing a 20th century US military uniform, with a cigarette in his hand: Actually, the issue at stake is patriotism. You must return to your world and put an end to the commies. All it takes is a few good men. **PICARD: What? That nonsense is centuries behind us. Q: But you can't deny that you're still a dangerous, savage child race. PICARD: Most certainly I deny it. I agree we still were when humans wore costumes like that, four hundred years ago. Q: At which time you slaughtered millions in silly arguments about how to divide the resources of your little world. And four hundred years before that you were murdering each other in quarrels over tribal god-images. Since there are no indications that humans will ever change. PICARD: But even when we wore costumes like that we'd already started to make rapid progress. Q: Oh yeah? You want to review your rapid progress? Flash, and a change into a padded suit Rapid progress, to where humans learned to control their military with drugs.
The scene; Jump to 1:23



The dialogue reflects the anti-Communist sentiments of the post-World War II era when patriotism was a key notion in the American conscience.
Commie is a pejorative for communist used during the Cold War Era (marked roughly by the American doctrine to limit Soviet expansionism (circa 1947) to the fall of the Eastern Bloc (1989 - 1991) which, obviously happened after the episode aired.
A Few Good Men is a phrase that actually dates to 1799 and was being used by the Marine Corps at the time of the original airdate (1987) in television commercials. It was not used as a recruitment slogan until the 1970s.
Picard's use of the phrase "centuries behind us" is in keeping with Data's line later in the first season in TNG: The Neutral Zone when he tells the cryogenic survivors it is the year 2364; i.e., circa 1964.
Q goes on to mention that 400 years earlier humanity was "murdering each other in quarrels over tribal god-images." The 1500s were marked by the Ottoman Empire Expansion in the Mediterranean, North Africa and India, the Protestant Reformation and its associate assassinations, massacres and The Eighty Years' War, the rise of the Shinto Emperor of Japan above the shogunates and his desire to conquer (primarily Buddhist) Korea and China, and European colonization and proselytization in the Americas and Japan.
The "rapid progress" that Picard mentions would be the hallmarks of the latter half of the 20th Century: anti-war movements of the 1960s and 70s, environmentalism and overpopulation awareness, expansions of democracy and human rights, the ends of imperialism and colonial control, the fall of dictatorships, increased scientific knowledge and its popularization.


Q is ranked as captain by the shoulder pips and the pins on the lapels and garrison cap; he is missing the captain's insignia on the lapels of his khaki shirt. Symbolically and out of universe, Q is meeting Picard as an equal, captain to captain.
Starfleet has been analogized to the Navy on many occasions; the bosun's whistle (TOS: Savage Curtain, ST: TWOK, ST: UC, TNG: Where No One Has Gone Before, Hide and Q, Lower Decks, All Good Things, DS9: 'Til Death Do Us Part, VOY: Alliances, Coda, One Small Step), touring the ship before battle (TNG: Best of Both Worlds, Part 1), dialogue such as, "Captain/Admiral on deck! (ST: Insurrection, DS9: Behind the Lines)" Worf's promotion scene (ST: Generations), Worf and Odo's "keelhauling" dialogue (DS9: Rapture, see Sources below) and O'Brien and his former captain from the Rutledge singing an Irish naval ditty "The Minstrel Boy (TNG: The Wounded)", navy protocols regarding salvage claims (DS9: The Ship) and the person in charge of the vessel being addressed as "Captain (DS9: Behind the Lines)," etc.
A Marine Corps Captain is O-3 pay-grade. A Naval Captain is O-6 pay-grade and, thus, higher ranked than a Marine Captain. If Picard and Q were held to current military rank equivalence, then Q's captaincy makes him equal to an O-3 Lieutenant in the Navy, three grades subordinate to Captain Jean-Luc Picard. One cannot expect Picard to know the subtleties of 20th Century rank equivalence among the branches of the US military--indeed he inquires at his second encounter with Q, "What is this need of yours for costumes, Q? Have you no identity of your own? (TNG: Hide and Q)", and even if he did know (through studying his family history), it would not be worth the bother to mention to an omniscient-like being who threatens his ship, crew and the existence of humanity itself.
Technically, Captain Picard outranks Captain Q in this scene.


Q is wearing the Alpha Service Uniform, mostly worn by Marines when reporting in, or at a formal event that is not so formal as to justify dress blues. It is the civil equivalent of a business suit and is the prescribed attire for a court martial or court appearance. Q's choice of uniform is the perfect tone for the "Trial of Humanity" and a "dressing-down", as it were, of fellow officer Captain Picard as the chosen representative of humanity.
Captain Q should NOT be wearing the cap indoors; it is against protocol as well. A cap is only allowed to be worn indoors when under arms. One could argue that an omni-powerful Q is never weaponless and the garrison cap demonstrates that intimidation:
Q: Knowing humans as thou dost, Captain, wouldst thou be captured helpless by them? Now, go back or thou shalt most certainly die. [Scene Break] Picard: Captain's log, supplementary. The frozen form of Lieutenant Torres has been rushed to sickbay. The question now is the incredible power of the Q being. Do we dare oppose it?
Additionally, that uniform is a mid-1980s style and was a subtle commentary on American international policy, deriving from the image of the Iran-Contra Scandal of the same year (1987) in which Lt. Col. Oliver North, USMC, took partial responsibility for selling arms to Iran and funneling the funds to the Contras (Nicaraguan anti-communist rebels); his uniformed presence before a congressional committee filled the television news cycle that summer (he was convicted of three felonies in 1989 which were later vacated (1991)). Incidentally, making Q a Marine Colonel would have highlighted the connection to Lt. Col. Oliver North.


On Captain Q's left breast are twelve ribbons and three badges. Each has a meaning, telling Captain Q's presumed history with the US Marine Corps.
--- Left Middle Right
Top Row Silver Star Medal Legion of Merit Navy and Marine Corps Medal
Second Row Bronze Star Medal Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters Joint Service Commendation Medal
Third Row Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Purple Heart with two stars
Bottom Row Good Conduct Medal with three stars Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon Asia Pacific Medal with four stars
Medals Pistol Sharpshooter Rifle Expert Bayonet Expert

Display Order

The US military has designated a specific order in which the ribbons are to be worn and displayed; on Q's uniform, they are not correct, which means this set of ribbons is unlikely to have been taken from an image of a living (i.e., real world) Marine's uniform. The costumers, however, were very close to correct. The Purple Heart should move from Ninth to Fifth Position and the Good Conduct and Navy Unit Commendation Medals should be switched.
No Marine was found having earned all three of the top row ribbons; it would have been interesting to find a real life Marine from whom Q's uniform was copied. Given the error in decoration order and the lack of any single person having earned the Silver Star, Legion of Merit, and Navy and Marine Corps Medals, the costume design for Captain Q, USMC was not modelled from any real world person or photograph, yet was overseen by someone with some familiarity of ribbon protocol.
The proper sequence for wearing these ribbons is:
--- Left Middle Right
Top Row Silver Star Medal Legion of Merit Navy and Marine Corps Medal
Second Row Bronze Star Medal Purple Heart Air Medal
Third Row Joint Service Commendation Medal Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
Bottom Row Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon Good Conduct Medal Asia Pacific Medal
The American Department of Defense and various veterans' organizations strongly request and urge that any depictions of fictional or historical military personnel be accurate and follow prescribed uniform dress regulations, but there are no methods in place for enforcing such requests. There are experts available for consultation as well.
It is possible the production staff chose to not be 100% correct to emphasize the socio-political statement (see Iran-Contra Scandal, above), but this might be the typical inadvertence of production staff regarding such minutiae that were not meant for detailed scrutiny.
Of course this can be hand-waved as: the STU US Department of Defense does not have the same protocol for ribbon display as the real world US Armed Forces.


Ribbons represent medals of valor earned by a soldier and/or his unit. Criteria are established by their issuing authority for the design and deed for which the medal was awarded.
Silver Star Medal: Navy and Marine Corps naval aviators and flight officers flying fighter aircraft, are eligible to receive the Silver Star upon becoming an ace (i.e., having five or more confirmed aerial kills) (See Asia Pacific Medal with four stars), which entails the pilot and, in multi-seat fighters, the weapons system officer or radar intercept officer, intentionally and successfully risking his life multiple times under combat conditions and emerging victorious
As an officer, he was most likely to be a pilot while other flight crew (if any, depending on the aircraft) would be enlisted personnel. He should be wearing gold wings (badge) above the ribbons
Legion of Merit: Awarded for exceptional service, but NOT during war. Established by an act of Congress (Public Law 671—77th Congress, Chapter 508, 2d Session) on July 20, 1942, it required approval by the President of the Unites States until such provisions were revised March 15, 1955 (Executive Order 10600). After World War II it was typically only awarded to Lieutenant Commander and above (Marine Corps only). The "pip" on the ribbon indicates Q was a commissioned officer at the time the medal was earned; Second or First Lieutenant or Captain
Navy and Marine Corps Medal: Awarded for a life-threatening act of heroism in a non-combat situation
Bronze Star Medal: Established by Executive Order 9419, may be awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity in or with the Armed Forces or Coast Guard of the United States, after 6 December 1941, has distinguished, herself or himself by heroic or meritorious achievement or service, not involving participation in aerial flight
Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters: Created in 1942 and awarded retroactively until September 8, 1939 for single acts of heroism or meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight; the three clusters indicate 4 awards to Captain Q, one for each naval vessel or three aircraft confirmed destroyed, or 25 flights in which enemy fire was expected, or 100 flights in which enemy fire was NOT expected
The Silver Star, above, is awarded for five or more confirmed aerial kills. The Air Medal with three clusters opens the count to as many as 14 aerial kills
Oak leaf clusters were initially used to denote subsequent awards of the Air Medal. The number of additional awards were so great that the oak leaf clusters did not fit on the ribbon. As a result, the policy was changed in September 1968 to require the use of numbers to indicate subsequent awards of the Air Medal
On the Air Medal, in the interval between November 22, 1989 and September 27, 2006, stars were again used to denote multiple awards. Before and after these dates, gold numeral devices were used to denote the number of Individual Air Medals, Bronze Strike/Flight numerals denote the total number of Strike/Flight awards, and the Combat "V" may be authorized (effective April 5, 1974) if earned in combat
Captain Q is wearing the Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters; so his image is taken from no later than September 1968
Joint Service Commendation Medal: Awarded in the name of the Secretary of Defense to members of the Armed Forces of the United States who, after 1 January 1963, distinguished themselves by meritorious achievement or service in a joint duty capacity
Captain Q of the USMC was attached to a unit from another branch of the Armed Forces, possibly the Army or Air Force, and was jointly serving two branches simultaneously and with distinction
Memory Alpha, s.v., Awards of the American Military misidentified the Joint Service Commendation Medal as an International Military Award, but close inspection shows this is incorrect; the second row-right ribbon is:
Bluebird stripe, White stripe, Myrtle Green stripe, White stripe, Myrtle Green stripe, White stripe, Myrtle Green stripe, White stripe, Bluebird stripe
This matches the Joint Service Commendation Medal, not the International Medal (aka United Nations Medal) which is 9 Bluebird and 8 White stripes alternating. This error has no effect on the fact that the ribbons are in the incorrect order; the Purple Heart should still have been in the second row-middle position and the Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon and Good Conduct Medal switched
Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal: Established in November 1943 as the Navy Commendation Medal (renamed the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal in 1994), outside of instances of combat action, it has typically been reserved for Department Head level officers (Pay-grade O-4), senior Navy Chief Petty Officers (CPO) and Marine Corps Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (SNCO) as an "end of tour" award
Captain Q, pay-grade O-3, likely earned this ribbon in combat or as a reward at the end of his tour of duty
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal: Established in 1961 as a means to recognize the contributions of junior officers and enlisted personnel who were not eligible to receive the higher Commendation Medal or the Meritorious Service Medal
Purple Heart with two stars: Awarded to service members wounded or killed in action. Between December 7, 1941 – September 22, 1943), the Purple Heart was awarded both for meritorious performance of duty (replaced by the Legion of Merit). Q was wounded in combat three times (or wounded twice and killed once as he may be posthumously wearing the second star)
Good Conduct Medal with three stars: The current Good Conduct Medal is issued to every active duty enlisted sailor and Marine who completes three years of honorable and faithful service since 1 January 1996. A four-year requirement applies for the award from its original establishment until then
Q served 16 to less than 20 years. Given that the Joint Service Commendation Medal was never issued before 1963, and the Asia Pacific Medal was issued only for service in the Asia Pacific Theater of World War II (1941-1945), his service ran from--at minimum--terminus ante quem 1945 to terminus post quem 1963. 18 years. So his service must have been within the years 1943 to 1965
If he met the minimum age requirement of 17 (i.e., did not lie about his age), then Captain Q was born no later than 1928. If he re-enlisted after age 35, he would have requires a waiver
Based on his biography, actor John de Lancie (born March 20, 1948) was 39½ years old at the time he originated Q (Episode Airdate September 28, 1987), extrapolating to the year 1967 for his Marine persona's appearance. This then supposes an enrollment year of 1947--at least 2 years too late to earn the Asia Pacific Medal, the actor's biographical age belies only an approximation
Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon: Established by the Secretary of the Navy on 1944-Dec-18 to be awarded to any Navy or Marine Corps unit that has distinguished itself by outstanding heroism in action against the enemy, but not sufficient to justify the award of the Presidential Unit Citation. A unit must have performed service of a character comparable to that which would merit the award of a Silver Star Medal for heroism, or a Legion of Merit for non-combat meritorious service to an individual
Asia Pacific Medal with four stars: First awarded December 7, 1941 and last awarded March 2, 1946 for campaigns in the Pacific Theater (a list of those Marine Corps campaigns is available); he was a pilot in five of these campaigns between 1943 and 1945
Q served in five Pacific campaigns of World War II

Marksmanship Badges

These badges represent the result of annual testing and assessment of military personnel with weaponry.
Pistol Sharpshooter: Annual qualification with the service pistol, the scores range from 345–400 for expert, 305–344 for sharpshooter, and 245–304 for marksman
Rifle Expert: Annual qualification with the service rifle, scores range from 305–350 for expert, 280–304 for sharpshooter, and 250–279 for marksman
Bayonet Expert: Discontinued in 1968 and available in the skill level of Expert only
Marines in Captain Q's era would have been trained on the Colt Model 1911 pistol which held seven rounds of .45 ACP in its single-stack magazine. The rifle would have been either the bolt-action Springfield M1903 which saw use through World War II or the semi-auto M1 Garand which officially began use in 1937; the M1 was an auto gas-operated semi-automatic.
“Every Marine is, first and foremost, a rifleman. All other conditions are secondary.” Gen. Alfred M. Gray, 29th Commandant of the Marine Corps
A rifle has been ubiquitously in a Marine's hands since the Corps formed in Philadelphia 1775 and annual training is required. Marine Corps training begins with two weeks of boot camp dedicated to rifle marksmanship and maintenance.
Although the bayonet marksmanship badge has been abandoned, a Martial Arts program still trains the Marines with the use of the bayonet, just in case the gun jams or all ammunition has been dispensed in close combat situations.

Marshal of France

The other grand military uniform Q wore was that of a Marshal of France, identified by Data as "from Europe's Napoleonic era, sir. Late eighteenth, early nineteenth centuries (TNG Hide and Q)." The scene continues:
DATA: ...This is a campaign headquarters tent, his uniform is that of a French Army marshal. RIKER: And a marshal outranks even an Admiral. Q: Well, do you think I would go from a Starfleet Admiral to anything else? RIKER: Of course you wouldn't. But Napoleonic equipment on an alien planet. One so different it has twin moons? Q: Well, as you said, I'm nothing if not imaginative. And the game should reflect that.
The Real World Napoleonic Era was defined as the period between Napoleon I's coup d'état to his defeat at Waterloo (1799 to 1815) and Marshal of France was not a rank, but an award for generals (equal in rank to an admiral) with exceptional achievements. Napoleon used the title Marshal of the Empire during his reign and marked his Marshals with seven eagles on the shoulder straps and batons of the position. There was no uniform for the rank of general or Marshal, either, each leader dressing to suit his own style and demeanor. The image Q chose appears to be influenced by Jacques MacDonald, red shirt, both lacking the eagles on the shoulder straps.
Clearly this challenge was defined as a game (**Q: Games? Did someone say games? And perchance for interest's sake, a deadly game? To the game. and **Q: Join me, Riker. A good game needs rules and planning. Wasn't it your own Hartley who said, nothing reveals humanity so well as the games it plays? Almost right. Actually, you reveal yourselves best in how you play). The "viscous animal things" wore British 18th Century soldier uniforms and their guns appeared to be contemporary muskets but fired energy bolts, certainly a fantastical and "imaginative" situation. This entire scenario lacks any Real World relevance and historicity. Other than saying that a Marshal outranks an Admiral in the STU, it would be a fruitless to try to derive much meaning from this persona. It was an entirely fictional scenario.


On the surface the three marksmanship medals represent tested skill with three personal types of weapons. However, it is known the Q translate their Continuum into "mortal terms" for humanity (VOY: Death Wish, The Q and the Grey). A long, barren road stretching to desert horizons as an analogue of the unchanging Q Continuum and the American Civil War as a visualization of the Q Civil War--these are symbols and manifestations for humans' puny minds to comprehend and visualize the existence of the Q.
One can then see that Captain Q's marksmanship badges show the precision, skill and variety with which he can direct his will against a threat. He is not just judge, jury and prosecution, he is also the executioner. He can be precise and broad like a rifle shot, accurate and quick like a pistol round, and one-on-one like the jab and parry of a bayonet.
This explanation is supported by the earlier awareness developed from Captain Q wearing his cover (cap) on the bridge (see under "Uniform" above)--his persona is wearing his hat indoors while NOT brandishing a rifle which violates the dress code of the US Armed Forces. Since a Q is always armed, not by gun or bayonet, but by the power of his will and thought, he is never weaponless and wearing his cover (cap) on the bridge is within regulation. A Q in the Armed Forces is perfectly within the dress code protocols to always wear his garrison cap.
By analogy with the marksmanship badges, one can therefore presume the twelve merit ribbons must also represent Q's conflicts against mortals and other beings. If, for instance, the Asia Pacific Medal with four stars marks an American Marine officer as a pilot of five campaigns in the Asia Pacific Theater of World War II, then Captain Q was also a "pilot" in five campaigns in the Asian Pacific equivalent of the Q Continuum. Q's appearance as a Marine captain hints at a history of war and campaigns between the Q Continuum and an unnamed entity for which the appropriate event in human comprehension is the wide-open, salt-scented air of the South Pacific during World War II. Since the Department of Defense dress code regulations extend to human hat-wearing and Q weaponry, it is not unreasonable to extend other military regulations to additional aspects of his appearance such as his ribbons and badges.
The Navy and Marine Corps Medal was awarded to Captain Q for a selfless act at the risk of his own life in a non-combat situation. This would not be contradicted by Mortal Q being challenged to perform a selfless act by the Q Continuum (TNG; Déjà Q). As a Q officer in service to the Q armed forces, he only had to be selfless when it came to a fellow Q in order to earn that Bronze Star; he can still be indifferent to and even demeaning to lesser creatures. His judgement and restored power by the Q was based on his ability to be selfless and empathetic to the mortal beings of the NCC-1707 and Bre'el IV.
Q chose a Marine Corps veteran of the Pacific Theater of World War II as his "mortal term" for human comprehension. One can therefore expect and tentatively predict an imperial foe blitzing the Continuum, valiant dogfights over the waters of an archipelago, blockades, kamikaze, bloody battles to claim island beaches and the Q equivalents of Pearl Harbor, Iwo Jima and Hiroshima. Perhaps it was even a war on two fronts: Q-European and Q-Asian Pacific.
So little detail is known about Q's past, it would be difficult to write with any certainty on the specifics of entanglements. His contentions with Guinan (TNG: Q Who?, "We've had some dealings" and "Not all the Q are alike. Some are almost respectable") and the gaseous Calamarain (TNG: Déjà Q, "If you think I tormented you in the past, my little friends, wait until you see what I do with you now") were personal and the rest of the Continuum does not appear to be involved.
Although his "time of service" would have included the "Korean War (1950-1954)," nothing in his awards specifically refers to that conflict. Perhaps he was "stateside," or it is more likely there was no "Korea," that this is taking the analogy too far; not every event in the Q Continuum will be paralleled to the history of American warfare. This would explain the 1960s era medals--there meaning is what is relevant--while lacking Korean War medals.
It is difficult to ascertain the boundaries and limits of the visual analogy; the imagination can run wild, but nevertheless Captain Q, USMC would have been a Q version of an American pilot with multiple campaigns, defending Q Freedom and the Continuum Way.


Lieutenant Donald W. Zautcke and Sergeant Joseph Anthony Naradzay were Real-World Marines who each appeared with a single line of dialogue and on-screen credits in Star Trek: The Voyage Home in the scenes before and after Chekov's capture and escape aboard the USS Enterprise aircraft carrier.
Lt. Zautcke became Lieutenant Colonel and Commanding Officer of Wing Support Squadron 373 in Iraq (https://catalog.archives.gov/id/6635657). He died in Wisconsin in 2017 (http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/jsonline/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=187285041).
Sgt. Naradzay was formerly a dog handler in the Marine Corps, training PFC Chesty VI, mascot for the Marine Band and Drum and Bugle Corps in Washington, DC (Oman, Anne H., "No Floats, But a Very Snappy Parade," Washington Post, 1979-Jun-19. https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/1979/06/15/no-floats-but-a-very-snappy-parade/16b9ae6e-b93b-46be-b488-9976bc1462f7/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.43b526738c47).
USS Enterprise was the setting of scenes in Star Trek: The Voyage Home, having previously been a setting in the 1968 movie Yours, Mine and Ours and the 1986 movie Top Gun. The ship was unavailable for filming, so scenes depicting Enterprise were filmed aboard USS Ranger. Enterprise, the first nuclear-powered vessel in the American fleet, was also the inspiration for naming the NCC-1701 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Enterprise_\(CVN-65\)) and (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Ranger_\(CV-61\)).


Captain Q, USMC:
  1. Was born no later than 1928, unless he lied about his age
  2. Served 16 to less than 20 years, no earlier than 1943 to no later than 1965
  3. Destroyed at least 5 (up to 14) enemy aircraft during five Pacific campaigns
  4. Was attached to and served jointly with another branch of the Armed Forces sometime between 1963 and 1965
  5. Performed a selfless heroic act at the risk of his own life not during combat
  6. Was likely a pilot despite not wearing wings (Aviator's badge) above the ribbons
  7. Is three grades lower rank than Captain Picard
  8. Is wearing ribbons on his breast out of Real World order
  9. Is missing his captain's pins on the lapels of his khaki shirt
  10. Is wearing a 1980s service uniform with the medals and ribbons dating no later than 1968
These Ten Points derived from the uniform and awards representing Captain Q's military achievements in World War II imagery summarize his engagements against enemies and threats to the Q Continuum.


1500s Timeline: http://www.fsmitha.com/time/ce16.htm 1900's Timeline: http://www.fsmitha.com/h2/index2.htm Actors in Military Uniform: https://www.hangar30.com/actors-in-military-uniform/ Age Requirements: https://www.hqmc.marines.mil/Agencies/Office-of-Legislative-Affairs/Congressional-Correspondence-Section/Enlistment-Re-enlistment/ ----------: https://www.thebalancecareers.com/us-military-enlistment-standards-3354001 Air Medal: https://www.amervets.com/replacement/am.htm American Doctrine to Limit Soviet Expansionism: https://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/nsc-68/nsc68-1.htm ----------: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSC_68 Asia Pacific Medal: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asiatic–Pacific_Campaign_Medal Aviators and Flight Officers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marine_Corps_Aviation#Aviators_and_flight_officers Award Recipients Advanced Search: https://valor.militarytimes.com/advanced-search Bosun's (Boatswain's) Whistle: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Boatswain%27s_whistle Calamarain: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Calamarain Chief Medial Officer u/dxdydxdy's Transcript Search: http://scriptsearch.dxdy.name/ Defense Imagery Management Operations Center: http://www.dimoc.mil/resources/limitations/ De Lancie, John: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_de_Lancie Dogfight: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogfight DS9: Rapture Transcript: http://www.chakoteya.net/DS9/508.htm
WORF: Those quarters are not appropriate for Admiral Colti. She outranks Admiral Veta. ODO: Well then we'll put her in H two, Veta in D nine, and Rifkin in K four. WORF: That will not do. Rifkin commands a starship. Protocol requires he be given equal quarters. ODO: But he's only a captain. WORF: It is naval tradition. ODO: So is keelhauling, but right now we should focus on accommodations.
Dunn-Pattison, R. P., Napoleon's Marshals Methuen 1909 - Reprinted Empiricus Books 2001: https://books.google.com/books?id=KwvXjfC9LF0C&pg=PR4&lpg=PR4&dq=R.P.+Dunn-Pattison+Napoleon's+Marshals+Methuen+1909+-+Reprinted+Empiricus+Books&source=bl&ots=z1iDLwDWYO&sig=IH1GhQfaQxljorFS_GobVTTSpVw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwidh-vO5_HdAhUHr1kKHUYaAeUQ6AEwAXoECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q&f=false Dwyer, Drew, "Proof that 'every Marine is a rifleman, NewsRep, 2016-Apr-08: "https://thenewsrep.com/50691/proof-that-every-marine-is-a-rifleman/ Enterprise, USS (aircraft carrier): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Enterprise_(CVN-65) Few Good Men: - Commercial, 1987: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmAVKHTNsJU - Poster: https://daytonward.wordpress.com/2013/03/14/the-best-marine-corps-recruiting-poster-eve - ----------: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/523895369125510522/
Garrison (or Side) Cap: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Side_cap Guide about Use of Seal Logos Insignia Medals: https://dod.defense.gov/Portals/1/Documents/Trademarks/DOD%20Guide%20about%20use%20of%20seals%20logos%20insignia%20medals-16%20Oct%2015F.PDF Hiroshima, Atomic Bombing of: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_bombings_of_Hiroshima_and_Nagasaki#Hiroshima History of Military Pistols: https://www.range365.com/history-usmc-sidearms#page-5 History of Military Rifles: https://www.range365.com/history-us-military-riflesd#page-18 Iran-Contra Affair: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran–Contra_affair Iwo Jima, Battle of: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Iwo_Jima Kamikaze: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamikaze Keane, Bridget M., Lance Cpl., "'Every Marine a rifleman' begins at recruit training," TECOM Training & Education Command 2012-May-11: https://www.tecom.marines.mil/News/News-Article-Display/Article/528587/every-marine-a-rifleman-begins-at-recruit-training/ Korean War: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_War Macdonald, Jacques: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacques_MacDonald and https://www.google.com/search?biw=1600&bih=791&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=9524W-7aJ7Ku5wLT8ZbwBA&q=%22Marshal+of+the+Empire%22+French+military+medals+ribbons&oq=%22Marshal+of+the+Empire%22+French+military+medals+ribbons&gs_l=img.3...3598405.3605037..3607876...0.0..1.1997.15463.3-5j3j2j3j4j2......1....1..gws-wiz-img.QlwVcNxfpKI#imgrc=Zdjqz8ToU5AZbM: Marine Corps: - Campaigns of the Pacific Theater: https://www.mca-marines.org/gazette/pacific-war-1941-1945 - Medals Badges and Insignias: https://books.google.com/books?id=ee7lKl1XnfsC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=true - Ranks: https://www.militaryfactory.com/ranks/marine_ranks.asp - Slogans: https://www.wearethemighty.com/articles/the-8-most-iconic-marine-corps-recruiting-slogans - Trademark Licensing Program: https://www.hqmc.marines.mil/ousmcc/Units/Marine-Corps-Trademark-Licensing-Program/FAQ/ - Uniform Regulations: https://www.marines.mil/Portals/59/Publications/MCO%20P1020.34G%20W%20CH%201-5.pdf - Uniforms: https://www.military.com/marine-corps/uniforms.html - ----------: https://www.marineparents.com/marinecorps/uniforms.asp - ---------- and Oliver North: http://www.eruditorumpress.com/blog/my-friend-judge-not-me-encounter-at-farpoint/ - Utility Uniform: https://www.tecom.marines.mil/Portals/120/Docs/Student%20Materials/CREST%20Manual/RP0104.pdf - Values: http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/usmc/leadership.htm - ----------: http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/usmc/leadership_guide.pdf
Marksmanship Badges: https://archive.org/details/USMarineCorpsMarksmanshipBadgesFrom1912ToThePresent ----------: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marksmanship_badges_\(United_States\)\#U.S.\_Marine_Corps Marshals of France: https://www.google.com/search?q=%22Marshal+of+France%22&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiV-s3p3PHdAhXwqlkKHXsZDp0Q_AUIDigB&biw=1600&bih=791#imgrc=_ ----------: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Marshals_of_France#Louis-Napoleon_Bonaparte,_1848–1852 Mascot (Marine Corps): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_mascot#United_States_Marine_Corps_Mascots ---------- and Chesty VI: http://www.usmcpress.com/heritage/marine_corps_mascot.htm and https://www.pinterest.com/pin/255157135117602095/?lp=true Memory Alpha, s.v. Awards of the American Military: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Awards_of_the_American_military Military References in Star Trek: http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/database/military_references.htm "Minstrel Boy, The" (song): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Minstrel_Boy Napoleonic Era: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleonic_era Naradzay, Joseph, 1st. Sgt., USMC at IMDb.com: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0621199 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navy_and_Marine_Corps_Medal Oliver North, Lt. Colonel, USMC: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_North Pearl Harbor, Attack on: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attack_on_Pearl_Harbor Philadelphia and Marines: https://www.mca-marines.org/leatherneck/1925/05/philadelphia-and-marines Picard, Jean-Luc, Captain: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Jean-Luc_Picard Q: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Q Q As Oliver North Commentary: - http://vakarangi.blogspot.com/2014/09/my-friend-judge-not-me-encounter-at.html - http://reflectionsonfilmandtelevision.blogspot.com/2013/05/star-trek-week-encounter-at-farpoint.html - http://tng.trekcore.com/episodes/season1/1x01/101behindsc.html
Rank Equivalence: https://www.factmonster.com/world/waus-military-ranks Ribbon Order: http://www.americanwarlibrary.com/display/usmc.htm Schogol, Jeff, "Why Can't Hollywood Get Military Uniforms Right?"" Stars and Stripes, 2011-Nov-03: https://www.stripes.com/why-can-t-hollywood-get-military-uniforms-right-1.159651 Star Trek: The Voyage Home Transcript: http://www.chakoteya.net/movies/movie4.html
[U.S.S. Enterprise aircraft carrier reactor room] CHEKOV: Scotty! ...Now would be a good time. **MARINE LIEUTENANT: Freeze! [Bird-of-Prey transporter room] SCOTT: Chekov! ...I've lost him.
  • Then later:
CHEKOV: Don't move! FBI AGENT: Okay. ...Make nice. Give us the ray gun. CHEKOV: I varn you. If you don't lie on the floor, I vill have to stun you. FBI AGENT: Go ahead. Stun me. CHEKOV: I'm wery sorry. ...It must be the radiation. Chekov throws the useless phaser to the agent and heads off into the ship. VOICES: Gangway! ...Hit the deck! Chekov goes over the side of the ship and lies comatose. [Alameda quayside] **MARINE SERGEANT: Man down! Get a corpsman over here.
Terminus ante quem and Terminus post quem: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terminus_post_quem TNG: Encounter at Farpoint - Script: http://www.st-minutiae.com/resources/scripts/102.txt - Transcript: http://www.chakoteya.net/NextGen/101.htm - YouTube Scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfDpDCsULn0
TNG: Hide and Q Transcript: http://www.chakoteya.net/NextGen/111.htm VOY: The Q and the Grey: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/The_Q_and_the_Grey_(episode) VOY: Death Wish: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Death_Wish_(episode) World War II: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II Zautcke, Donald W., 1st Lt., USMC at imdb.com: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0953723
Edit: Inserted break between list of "Q As Oliver North Commentary" Sources and "Rank Equivalence" Source
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2017.10.16 01:22 Laurelais-Hygeine Betty Jane Moczynski, "A League of Their Own" ball player, dies at 91

Betty Jane Moczynski, "A League of Their Own" ball player, dies at 91
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2017.10.16 01:01 autotldr Betty Jane Moczynski, "A League of Their Own" ball player, dies at 91

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 64%. (I'm a bot)
Betty Jane "Moe" Moczynski, one of the original players in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in the 1940s, has died in New Berlin at age 91.In 1943, the Milwaukee native joined the league, which was created out of fear that World War II would interrupt Major League Baseball.
She played one season for the Rockford Peaches, based in Rockford, Ill., and then went to the Chicago Bluebirds, in the National Girls Baseball League, where she played until 1947.
The Rockford Peaches were the inspiration for the movie "A League of Their Own," which starred Rosie O'Donnell, Madonna and Tom Hanks, who shouted the famous line, "There's no crying in baseball!".
"When the movie came out, she really started talking about her time in the All American Girls league. From that point on she was a celebrity," said Jeff Cwiklinski of Milwaukee.
In May 2003, she was inducted into Miller Park's Wall of Fame along with Carl Long and Jim Robinson of the Negro League, and Mary Froning-O'Meara, also of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.
For the last seven years, Moczynski lived at LindenGrove Communities home in New Berlin, where more than a few residents had her 1943 Rockford Peaches baseball card.
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2017.02.01 19:58 ta121790 Danielle M's fiancee?

Anyone have information on this? He died in the same city that Nick and Danielle are from. I have been searching the web to find more than the obituary/what she disclosed on the first one-on-on. Curious if there's more information out there.
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2016.01.06 06:20 autotldr The line from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade about "fact and truth" was inserted by Harrison Ford as a tribute to his favorite philosophy professor in college, recently passed away

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 66%.
The professor, William Earl Tyree, received a Hollywood shout-out from actor and former Ripon student Harrison Ford when Ford, portraying an archaeology professor, wrote the word FACT on a blackboard during a scene in the film and told his class of dreamy-eyed coeds: "Archaeology is the search for fact, not truth. If it's truth you're looking for, Dr. Tyree's philosophy class is right down the hall."
Ford had altered the script to insert the name of his good friend and onetime professor at Ripon, where Ford majored in philosophy for four years.
After his 15 seconds of Hollywood fame, Tyree dropped Ford a note, thanking him for the surprise.
In addition to philosophy, Tyree was known for his singing and love of baseball.
Former students in 1997 established an endowed scholarship in his honor, the William E. Tyree Endowed Philosophy Scholarship.
Tyree earned his PhD in philosophy from the University of Edinburgh in 1949, and did postgraduate studies at Cambridge University.
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2014.12.23 00:09 Zoskales List of unarmed PoC killed by police in 2014 [under construction]

I couldn't find a complete list, so I've decided to try and build my own. Please add people I am missing in the comments.
Antonio Martin, 18, St. Louis, MO.—December 23, 2014 (src)
Rumain Brisbon, 34, Phoenix, Ariz.—December 2, 2014 (src)
Tamir Rice, 12, Cleveland, Ohio—November 22, 2014 (src)
Akai Gurley, 28, Brooklyn, NY—November 20, 2014 (src)
Laquan McDonald, 17, Chicago, IL—October 20, 2014 (src)
VonDerrit Myers Jr., 18, Shaw, MO—October 8, 2014 (src)
Cameron Tillman, 14, Terrebone, LA—September 23, 2014 (src)
Richard Perez, 24, Richmond, Calif.—September 14, 2014 (src)
Darrien Hunt, 22, Saratoga Springs, Ut.—September 10, 2014 (src)
Marlon Horton, 28, Chicago, IL—September 3, 2014 (src)
Joseph Jennings, 24, Ottowa, KS—August 24, 2014 (src)
Kajieme Powell, 25, St. Louis, Mo.—August 19, 2014 (src)
Maria Godinez, 22, Orlando, FL—August 19, 2014 (src)
Joshua Paul, 31, Carpentersville, IL—August 17, 2014 (src)
Michelle Cusseaux, 50, Phoenix, Az.—August 14, 2014 (src)
Jacinto Zavala, 21, Greeley, CO—August 14, 2014 (src)
Omar Abrego, 37, Los Angeles, Calif.—August 14, 2014 (src)
Ezell Ford, 25, Los Angeles, Calif.—August 12, 2014 (src)
Dante Parker, 36, San Bernardino County, Calif.—August 12, 2014 (src)
Dillon Taylor, 20, Salt Lake City, UT—August 11, 2014 (src)
Michael Brown, 18, Ferguson, Mo.—August 9, 2014 (src)
John Crawford III, 22, Beavercreek, Ohio—August 5, 2014 (src)
Tyree Woodson, 38, Baltimore, Md.—August 2, 2014 (src)
Eric Garner, 43, New York, N.Y.—July 17, 2014 (src)
Ryan Ronquillo, 20, Denver, CO—July 2, 2014 (src)
Dontre Hamilton, 31, Milwaukee, WI—April 30, 2014 (src)
Victor White III, 22, Iberia Parish, La.—March 22, 2014 (src)
Yvette Smith, 47, Bastrop, Texas—February 16, 2014 (src)
McKenzie Cochran, 25, Southfield, Mich.—January 28, 2014 (src)
Jordan Baker, 26, Houston, Texas—January 16, 2014 (src)
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