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Former Director of Joint Chiefs of Staff conducts news briefing about situation in Libya DOD (Cherie Cullen)

Former Director of Joint Chiefs of Staff conducts news briefing about situation in Libya DOD (Cherie Cullen)

Human Terrain Team social scientist with interpreter inspect conditions at U.S. Department of Defense–funded Al-Arshad Desert School Agricultural Research Center, Najaf Province, Iraq U.S. Army (Charles M. Willingham)

Human Terrain Team social scientist with interpreter inspect conditions at U.S. Department of Defense–funded Al-Arshad Desert School Agricultural Research Center, Najaf Province, Iraq U.S. Army (Charles M. Willingham)

Small Wars Journal Blog is "a multi-author blog publishing news and commentary on the various goings on"

Small Wars Journal Blog is "a multi-author blog publishing news and commentary on the various goings on"

awwwwwww...my goodnesss.......my heart just sank!!! I my day just got more encouraging..

awwwwwww...my goodnesss.......my heart just sank!!! I my day just got more encouraging..

USS MOBILE BAY (CG 53) and USS JOHN C STENNIS (CVN 74)

USS MOBILE BAY (CG 53) and USS JOHN C STENNIS (CVN 74)

General Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II U.S. Army

General Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II U.S. Army

Human Terrain System leader and PRT members listen to briefing during meeting at Contingency Operating Base Speicher, Tikrit, Iraq U.S. Army (Raul Elliott)

Human Terrain System leader and PRT members listen to briefing during meeting at Contingency Operating Base Speicher, Tikrit, Iraq U.S. Army (Raul Elliott)

The Marine Corps plans to send the first group of female Marines through the previously male-only Infantry Officers Course at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., this year. The change is part of a research initiative to determine what additional combat-related jobs could be available for women in the Corps.

The Marine Corps plans to send the first group of female Marines through the previously male-only Infantry Officers Course at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., this year. The change is part of a research initiative to determine what additional combat-related jobs could be available for women in the Corps.

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