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USMC Captain Ty Balzer, left, speaks to media as Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher listens from behind during a press conference at Tennessee Valley Authority's Missionary Ridge Auditorium on Friday, July 17, 2015 the day after a four Marines were shot and killed. The investigation is being treated as an act of terrorism. Photo by Dan Henry /Times Free Press.

USMC Captain Ty Balzer, left, speaks to media as Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher listens from behind during a press conference at Tennessee Valley Authority's Missionary Ridge Auditorium on Friday, July 17, 2015 the day after a four Marines were shot and killed. The investigation is being treated as an act of terrorism. Photo by Dan Henry /Times Free Press.

FBI Special Agent Ed Reinhold, left, speaks as Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher , center, and USMC Captain Ty Balzer, right, listen from behind during a press conference at Tennessee Valley Authority's Missionary Ridge Auditorium on Friday, July 17, 2015 the day after a four Marines were shot and killed. The investigation is being treated as an act of terrorism. Photo by Dan Henry /Times Free Press

FBI Special Agent Ed Reinhold, left, speaks as Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher , center, and USMC Captain Ty Balzer, right, listen from behind during a press conference at Tennessee Valley Authority's Missionary Ridge Auditorium on Friday, July 17, 2015 the day after a four Marines were shot and killed. The investigation is being treated as an act of terrorism. Photo by Dan Henry /Times Free Press

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Home - WRCBtv.com | Chattanooga News, Weather & Sports

Picture shows Confederate General Robert E. Lee

The lost document that changed the course of American history: How Robert E. Lee's secret Civil War battle plans were found wrapped around cigars under a locust tree - and ended up in Union hands

April 2 1931 A history making exhibition game w/ the NY Yankees & minor league Chattanooga Lookouts. The game included Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig & relief pitcher 17 yr old Jackie Mitchell the 1st woman pro baseball player. Scheduled for April Fools, but delayed due to rain it was a real shock when she struck both Ruth & Gehrig out or was it. The authenticity in question she was still forever labeled as "the girl who struck out Babe Ruth". Jackie maintained it was true via inhistoric.com.

April 2 1931 A history making exhibition game w/ the NY Yankees & minor league Chattanooga Lookouts. The game included Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig & relief pitcher 17 yr old Jackie Mitchell the 1st woman pro baseball player. Scheduled for April Fools, but delayed due to rain it was a real shock when she struck both Ruth & Gehrig out or was it. The authenticity in question she was still forever labeled as "the girl who struck out Babe Ruth". Jackie maintained it was true via inhistoric.com.

Saluting Randall Smith, PO2, US Navy | David Carroll's Chattanooga Radio and TV

Saluting Randall Smith, PO2, US Navy | David Carroll's Chattanooga Radio and TV

24 Tear-Jerking Photos Of Soldiers Returning Home

24 Tear-Jerking Photos Of Soldiers Returning Home

Skip Wells joined the Marines last year. See all FIVE Marines who died during the Chattanooga, TN shooting here!  My heart and prayers go out to their families.  They survived war and died during peace.  Tragic!

Heroes' stories: Service members slain in Tennessee - CNN.com

Skip Wells joined the Marines last year. See all FIVE Marines who died during the Chattanooga, TN shooting here! My heart and prayers go out to their families. They survived war and died during peace. Tragic!

Staff Sergeant Aubrey L. McDade, Jr. is a United States Marine who was awarded the Navy Cross for his heroic actions in which he rescued two fellow Marines during an enemy ambush in Iraq in 2004. McDade, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, received the Department of the Navy’s second highest award for valor while serving with Company B, 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 7, 1st Marine Division.

Staff Sergeant Aubrey L. McDade, Jr. is a United States Marine who was awarded the Navy Cross for his heroic actions in which he rescued two fellow Marines during an enemy ambush in Iraq in 2004. McDade, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, received the Department of the Navy’s second highest award for valor while serving with Company B, 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 7, 1st Marine Division.

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