Three Puerto Rican Men Arrested on Federal Charges in Dish Network Services Piracy Scheme

San Juan, Puerto Rico - On November 2, a federal indictment against three Puerto Rican men was unsealed after their arrest for their roles in a conspiracy to provide pirated DISH Network (DISH) services to thousands of Puerto Ricans, announced Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Rosa Emilia Rodriguez-Velez for the District of Puerto Rico.  DISH is a Colorado based company that provides satellite television to its customers for a fee and has invested heavily in measures to ensure that its services are not intercepted by copyright infringers, also known as pirates.

Navy Celebrates American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage, Contributions

Washington, DC - The Navy honors National American Indian Heritage Month in November celebrating achievements of American Indians and Alaska Natives and recognizing the central role they have played in the nation’s history. The theme for the month this year is “Sovereignty, Trust and Resilience.”

Hey, big tipper

Greenville, North Carolina - A customer tipped his waitress at the Sup Dogs Restaurant in Greenville, after paying for the bottled water he’d ordered. It was a big tip. It was a very large gratuity. It was enormous, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. 

CIWT Domain Announces 2018 Military Instructors of the Year

Pensacola, Florida - The Center for Information Warfare Training (CIWT) announced its 2018 Military Instructors of the Year (IOY), October 26.

Assistant Secretary of State Fannon Travel to Singapore

Washington, DC - Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Resources Francis R. Fannon will travel to Singapore October 29-31.

Nose news

Washington, DC - Winter will soon be upon us and that means another season of cold, runny noses. But, fear not, says the Association of Mature American Citizens.