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The Major League Baseball Players Trust and Funny or Die use humor to promote volunteerism. "Laptop Sportsbeat" features Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim players Torii Hunter and Howie Kendrick.
1 Oct 2008
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HD QUALITY - Josh Beckett Throws High And Inside After Abreu Calls Time. Boston Red Sox v. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim - April 12, 2009 - Josh Beckett throws a fastball high and inside after Bobby Abreu requests time.
14 Apr 2009
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Take a tour of Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto, Japan – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats. The shrine of Inari, the Japanese god of rice and business, is a sacred site. There are thousands of Inari shrines across Japan, but this one in Kyoto is the most popular. The walkways are lined with torii—orange gates that denote a sacred space. Businessmen and merchants have donated thousands of torii to their patron of business. There are many mounds available at the shrine for private worship. Foxes are typically seen at Inari shrines. This idol at the main gate is holding a rice granary key. Millions of visitors visit the Inari Shrine over the Japanese New Year.
29 Sep 2010
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Soldiers from the India and U.S armies trained together March 5-19 in exercise Yudh Abhyas 2011-2012 at Majahan and Bathinda, India. Yudh Abhyas is a bilateral training exercise supporting peacekeeping operations sponsored by U.S. Army Pacific and the India Army. Participating U.S. Soldiers were from USARPAC, Fort Shafter, Hawaii; 25th Infantry Division, 2-25 Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2-14 Cavalry, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; 2nd Engineer Brigade, 6th Engineer Sapper Platoon, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska; 505th Quartermaster Battalion, Torii Station, Japan; 413th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Shafter; and the California Army National Guard. Soldiers from India Army's 2nd Mechanized Infantry Battalion and 471st Engineer Brigade participated in Yudh Abhyas. This marked the eighth time the USARPAC-sponsored theater security cooperation exercise was held with the India Army. Yudh Abhyas began in 2004 and has moved from platoon-level operations to brigade and battalion-level operations. Yudh Abhyas enhanced cooperation and interoperability during training. Cultural exchanges also helped build skills necessary for peacekeeping operations. This year was the first use of the India Army field firing area in the Rajasthan desert for Yudh Abhyas. The training area provided the capability to conduct large-scale, complex bilateral drills with India Army forces in a challenging environment. Bilateral training during Yudh Abhyas 2011-2012 built India and U.S. army combined staff readiness and cooperation. The exercise provided an opportunity for USARPAC Soldiers to train with their India Army counterparts to improve joint operation skills while building personal relationships. Photos by: Spc Pagonda Mohan
25 Mar 2012
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