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Melissa Leon / American Military News / March 21, 2019 ________________________________________________ His dream to become an American citizen is officially a reality. He went by the code name “Johnny Walker,” and now the Iraqi Navy SEAL interpreter who risked his life more than 1,000 times on missions with the U.S. military is a U.S. citizen. After waiting 10 years, and with the help of his “brother” Navy SEALs, Riyadh Ahmed Khalaf Al Ahmady, and his son and daughter, were sworn in as American citizens in San Diego on Wednesday morning. “When they announced us, I remembered all the time overseas...

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We had the pleasure of hosting the Inland Empire Blue Belles first "Belles & Bullets" event which consisted of our NRA Basic Pistol course. This group raised money for a great organization while learning how to safely handle and shoot a firearm.  For more information on firearms and concealed carry training in Riverside County, visit www.riversideccwtraining.com for a list of courses.                  

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