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Marine Maj. James Capers Jr. was a pioneer in reconnaissance training tactics. The covert missions he went on have since been declassified, and his amazing career is being brought to light.
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Some of the world’s biggest VIPs walk through the doors of the Pentagon. Did you know you could, too?
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One of the most well-known stories of sacrifice and heroism from members of the Chaplain Corps came out of World War II.
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Army Sgt. 1st Class Randy Shughart received the Medal of Honor for his actions while serving as a sniper team member with Army Special Operations Command in Mogadishu, Somalia, Oct. 3, 1993.
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The 1941 Pearl Harbor attacks led to many stories of heroics, including from the few women who were enlisted to help.
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