Almost all of what you'll read or hear about it in the MSM is wrong. Looks like they got the "video" and "Marine" parts right. The rest of it gets decidedly murky.
ROFASix has the real scoop (Fox's story is linked in today's news post)
Norfolk, Va. (June 14, 2006) – U.S. Navy Sailors take the Oath of Citizenship given by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services at the naturalization ceremony held aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73). More than 140 U.S. Sailors, Marines and Soldiers from 45 countries took the Oath of Citizenship aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. The oath highlighted the importance of U.S. citizenship during the naturalization and swearing-in ceremony of military personnel. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Michael D. Blackwell II
News of Note
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Bush rejects calls for pullout from Iraq
Security Crackdown in Baghdad - Video
Bush sees progress but not "zero violence" in Iraq - Video
Operation Enduring Freedom
Afghan fighting kills 30 before offensive
Homeland Security / War on Terror
Out of Guantanamo - Video
Bush: Need plan to close Guantanamo
Defense seeks to move Gitmo trials to U.S.
UK to consider helping Australian prisoner
Palestinian FM brings in $20M in luggage
Troops on Trial
Marine: Song Written About Killing Iraqis a 'Joke'
Other Military News
Officials: VA data still at risk for theft
Immigration / Border Control
Over 2,000 Illegal Immigrants Nabbed in Nationwide Busts
Europe Soft-Pedals Iran on Nuke Deal
Exclusive FOX Video: Iranian Official Says Tehran Willing to Help U.S. in Iraq
White House: "Bad idea" if N. Korea tests missile - Video
Colombians in Venezuela thank Chavez for new life
Politics / Government
House, Senate members disclose finances
Frist's 2005 Income Exceeded $5M, Documents Show
$7.5M for Bill Clinton Speeches
Democrats promise more oversight if they win House
Senate rebuffs Bush on war budgeting
House votes to delay airline investment plan
Lieberman weighs re-election bid options
Did Florida's Bush overreact over Alberto? (Yep, it's "damned if you do, damned if you don't")
Foreigners Flock to U.S. to Choose Babies Sex
Plumber Finds Stash of Pot, Cocaine in New Vanity
Bulls get simulated cows at farmers' fair
Baa, Baa Black Sheep blacklisted
Mom, dad in court over son's circumcision
Photos taken of 'living fossil' in Laos
Japanese Nuke Reactor Shuts Down After Turbine Trouble
Germany Beats Poland 1-0 in Injury Time at World Cup
Hooligans, Cops Clash Photos
FULL WORLD CUP COVERAGE
NYC Homeless Man Arrested for Stabbing Four in Subway
RIAA Certifies Ringtones for Gold, Platinum Designations
Reuters: Top News
Chemicals harming polar bears, belugas, seals: WWF
Bird flu vaccine protects ferrets, maybe people
Amazon starts selling groceries online
Lawmakers want more video game info for parents
Chuck Berry documentary shows dark side of rock legend
Smokers not being helped to quit, report finds
T-shirt mask could help in flu pandemic
Ex-rocker Glitter pleads innocence
Fed officials won't raise rates too fast
General Mills raises outlook for fiscal 2006
Exec says cuts at Ford going faster than expected
General Mills raises outlook for fiscal 2006
Bayer wins Schering for $22 billion as Merck quits
Thomson buying AFX business news service from AFP
Stocks rise with Boeing, semiconductors - Video
Capstone Turbine shares slip
Bank stocks fall amid rate worries
Airbus parent stock slumps after A380 delays
Dollar Tree reiterates outlook
REUTERS SUMMIT: INVESTMENT OUTLOOK
BofA strategist favors defensive stocks
More from the Investment summit
Not entirely safe harbor
The pain of mortgage over-extension
AP World News
Man pleads guilty in Lopez-Anthony case
Roethlisberger gets out of hospital bed
Hicks tops People's 'hot bachelor' list
Teen sentenced for killing girl's parents
Neuville's late goal lifts Germany 1-0
Many parents unaware of asthma risk
Threats alleged in royalties trial
Army Simulates Sheik Encounters
Large Afghan Offensive Begins
Army: 'Active Protection' Needed ASAP
Immigrant Servicemembers Become Citizens
CENTCOM: News Releases
TALIBAN MAKE FALSE CLAIM OF SUCCESS IN ZABUL PROVINCE
COALITION VEHICLE INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT
GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, MNF-I RELEASE MORE THAN 220 DETAINEES
KOREAN CLINIC TO CELEBRATE 200,000 PATIENT MILESTONE
TERRORIST ATTACKS LEAVE 3 CIVILIANS DEAD, 6 WOUNDED
AFGHAN, COALITION COMMANDERS MEET
Department of Defense
Engineer Reflects on Second Deployment - Story
'Rocket Man' Rocks Insurgents in Ramadi - Story
Soldiers Have 'Luck' on Their Side - Story
Iraqi Police Station is One of the Best
Marines Working With Local Police in Qaim
NATO Donates Trucks, Equipment to Iraq
U.S. General Speaks to Afghan Cadets
French Military Starts Second Phase of Ops
Zabul Province Children Return to Classroom
Renewal In Iraq
Iraq: Security, Stability
Fact Sheet: Progress and Work Ahead
Report: Strategy for Victory in Iraq
Iraq Daily Update
This Week in Iraq (PDF)
Multinational Force Iraq
State Dept. Weekly Iraq Report (PDF)
'Boots on the Ground' Audio Archive
WAR ON TERRORISM
Fact Sheet: Budget Request
Fact Sheet: War on Terror
Fact Sheet: Terror Plots Disrupted
Waging and Winning the War on Terror
Terrorism Knowledge Base
Officials Identify Casualties - Story
Al Azamiyah Al Basrah Al Hillah Al Karkh Al Kazimiyah Al Kut
An Nasiriyah Baghdad Baqubah Mosul Najaf Nineveh Tall Kayf
Bost/Laskar GhurianHerat Kabul Qandahar
Today in History
1215 - King John signs the Magna Carta in England.
1381 - Wat Tyler, leader of English Peasants' Revolt, beheaded in London.
1567 - Jews are expelled from Genoa, Italy.
1664 - New Jersey is established.
1775 - George Washington is appointed Commander-in-Chief of the American Army.
1836 - Arkansas becomes the 25th U.S. state.
1862 - General JEB Stuart completes his "ride around McClellan"; the battle for Petersburg begins with General Grant's assault on the Confederate line; Robert E. Lee's home, in Arlington, Virginia, becomes a Union military cemetery.
1876 - Sara Spencer becomes the first woman to address a U.S. presidential cconvention.
1877 - Henry O. Flipper becomes the first black West Point graduate at West Point.
1915 - The U.S government mints 1st $50 gold pieces for the Panama Pacific Expo.
1924 - Native Americans are proclaimed to be U.S. citizens.
1940 - Germans capture the French fortress of Verdun.
1944 - U.S. forces begin the invasion of Saipan.
1960 - Argentina complains to the U.N. about Israel's transfer of Eichman.
1977 - Spain holds its first free elections since 1936.
1978 - Soyuz 29 carries two cosmonauts to Salyut 6; they stay for 139 days.
1982 - Riots erupt in Argentina after the Falklands/Malvinas defeat.
1983 - The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down state and local restrictions on abortion.
1985 - En route to Halley's Comet, the U.S.S.R.'s Vega 2 drops a lander on Venus.
1986 - Pravda announces the firing of high-level Chernobyl staff.
1988 - NASA launches S-213.
1989 - Ronald Reagan is knighted by Queen Elizabeth.
1330 - Edward, Prince of Wales ("The Black Prince")
1922 - Morris K. Udall (Rep-AZ)
1932 - Mario Cuomo (Gov-NY)
1381 - Wat Tyler, leader of English Peasants' Revolt, beheaded
1467 - Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy
1849 - James Knox Polk, 11th U.S. President
Reported Missing in Action
Kopfman, Theodore F., USN (OH); A4E shot down, released by DRV February, 1973 - alive as of 1998
Swanson, John Willard; USAF (IL); F105D shot down