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One of the few Native Americans to earn the Medal of Honor during WWII single-handedly killed several Germans and took dozens prisoner in the span of hours.
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Army Pfc. Kaoru Moto is one of the few Japanese-Americans to have earned a Medal of Honor during actions taken in World War II.
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Exercise Steadfast Javelin II features a number of dynamic events designed to challenge multi-national forces in airborne operations
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The MV Cape Ray goes underway to eliminate hazardous chemicals by using two field-deployable hydrolysis systems.
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The United States reassures their security commitment to members of the NATO Alliance.
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