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Twenty-five years ago, amid the chaos that surrounded the 1991 dissolution of the Soviet Union, two senators created an unlikely program to safeguard the empire’s nukes.
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On Veterans Day, the Department of Defense takes a look back at the contributions of our service members throughout history.
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Ebola. It is on everyone’s mind, especially our military families. While the number of troops deploying to Africa may be relatively small, but there is concern.
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His peers have called him the “happiest man in the Army,” even though the tragic events of his early life have given him more than enough reasons to be bitter.
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