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Fort Walton Beach Northwest Florida Daily News (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Fort Walton Beach, Florida Navarre airman shares his Story of a Mother s Day Northwest monday june 8, 2015 surveillance Law lets . Ratify nuclear terrorism treaties Washington a tucked into the surveillance Bill that became Law was a Little noticed Section that will let the United states Complete ratification of two Long stalled treaties aimed at stopping a frightening scenario terrorists wielding radioactive bombs. A today nearly 2,000 metric tons of weapons usable nuclear materials remain spread across hundreds of Sites around the Globe a some of it poorly secured a said former sen. Sam n Unn co chairman of the nuclear threat initiative an organization in Washington that works on the Issue. A we know that to get the materials needed to build a bomb terrorists will not necessarily go where there is the Mast material. They will go where the material is most when president Barack Obama signed the surveil Lance Law la let tuesday attention focused on How it ends the National Security Agency a bulk collection of americans Tele phone records. The last drafts of that legislation however included 15 paragraphs permitting the . To formally endorse two nuclear terrorism treaties after years of delay. The Senate ratified both treaties in 2008, but it has taken seven years to pass legislation needed to bring . Law in line with them. That a what was needed for the . To Complete the ratification process. One treaty is the International convention for the suppression of acts of nuclear terrorism Winch took effect in 2007. Nations that sign it pledge to enact Laws to criminalize Eer Tain nuclear terrorist actions and see treaties ia2 75 cents daily military housing allowances stipends in jeopardy for dual service couples by Kelly Humphrey 315 44431 fast a Humphrey a Tom according to Eglin air Puree base officials there Are f>41 Active duty dual service married couples stationed there. Under current Law both members of the couple earn separate Basic q i in allowance for us Tyne housing Bah higher ranking stipends regard. Member of a dual service couple would be allowed to receive a Bah. Less of whether they live under the same roof or How much they pay for their housing and utilities. All that May change however if Congress passes a Bill recently approved by the Senate armed services committee in the committees version of the fiscal 2016 defense authorization Bill Only the higher ranking member of a dual service couple would be allowed to receive a Bah the result could be a considerable Cut in compensation for those families that does no to sit Well with Many local couples who have expressed their con Cern about the proposal a my spouse arum i Are both in proles Sions in which the military financial compensation is significantly less than the civilian sector a one Reader wrote in an email to the daily news. A it his Hill would place a penalty on dual member spouses one which will not in shared by single service members retired army col Mike Barron the see housing a2 How would proposed chan6es to bask allowance for housing affect locals Here Are some examples of How the proposed changes to the Basic allowance for housing would affect dual service couples couple one two married staff sergeants with no children stationed at Hurlburt Field currently each person earns a Bah of $1,149 the without dependents rat for a household total of $2,298. Under the proposal one of the two stipends would be eliminated although the remaining stipend would be increased to the Quot with dependents Quot rate of $1,278. Couple two a Captain and a second lieutenant married with one child currently the Captain earns $2,127 the with dependents rat while the second lieutenant earns $1,203 the without dependents rat for a household total of $3,330. Under the proposal the couple would is the second lieutenant s stipend for a household income of $2,127. Inside the daily news presents a series highlighting local Golt courses. The first Stop is fort Walton Beach Golf club 81 Here s where to find your favorite Content awk social Media a friends i neighbors a local i state a3-5 classified by 12 lottery b3 comics b8 obituaries a4 dear Abby b7 puzzles b6-7 editorials a6 sports Bis a twitter weather sunny to partly Cloudy with thunderstorms possible in the afternoon High 8/, Low 74 a 2 sections 20 pages read by 98,290 people every Day 63934 11111 i r local amp state a4get your system ready with our planned maintenance program up financing available a Contact in today 850.678.23131 kitties in a conditioning a heating dehumidification by Karic. Barlow 315-44381 a Aba Row com fort Walton Beach the City a new recreation Center on Jet drive Hasni to officially opened but its already bustling. A the seniors have already started playing Bingo and we had a teen party the other night a said Jeff Peters fort Walton beaches recreational and cultural services director. A everyone is really excited about the City will Host a ribbon cutting for the $8 million Complex from to a m. To i . Saturday. Quot we want people to walk around a Peters said. A a it a something the entire Community can use and take some Pride City manager Michael Beedie said the Center is a major investment that will save Money in the Long run. A we were Able to consolidate four old recreation centers into one new state of the Art facility that will offer the most sle rec Center a2 on the net watch a video and see More photos of the rec Center at . It will replace the City a 4 aging facilities fort Walton Beach dec re Ati on Center to open saturday photo by Nick Tomecek i doily Nevi Connor Hale left and Timothy Hale of acoustic engineering install the last of the ceiling tiles in the lobby of the fort Walton Beach recreation Center. Top men play Pool wednesday at the rec Center. I r a 4

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