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We have more than 200 animals, which are being taken care of.
``Kelly was running around like Radar O'Reilly on 'M*A*S*H,' getting things taken care of and making sure things were running smoothly.
Almost 400 first sergeants are expected serve a deployed tour this year to ensure our Airmen are taken care of no matter where they are.
[But] one parent needs to stay at home and take care of all the business that needs to be taken care of.
The information in the log is constantly updated, ensuring that the call is taken care of the moment it is received, and tracks the progress until the time of resolution.
We want to make certain that these heroes are taken care of -- not only for the period of their recovery, but until they feel they have made the transition back into a community and a productive life," said Jane Burke, Principal Director, Military Community and Family Policy, about the opening of the Severely Injured Joint Support Operations Center.
I used to call Alarcon's office about problems that had to be taken care of - like dumping in the streets, toxic problems from neighborhood manufacturing tucked in between homes - and got nothing.
Andrews is married, and he said his wife would have taken care of any storage issues.