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"… t want to pay you what you’re worth.” Hankins served 18 years in the Army and “even that doesn’t help” find a job that pays more than $10 or $ …"

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"… 3 to university professors, is himself a veteran. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1968, served a year in Vietnam in “psychological operations” during …"

"… in Vietnam in “psychological operations” during the war and was in the Army Reserves from 1970 to 1992, according to a biography he provided the Cente …"

"… he provided the Center for Public Integrity and personnel records from the Army and National Archive. He retired with the rank of major. It was 1993 when …"

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"… 3 percent to Democrats. ‘We just get by check to check’ When the U.S. Army was deciding whether to keep doing business with a cleaning company it emp …"

"… years, the janitorial staff decided to join SEIU to protect its wages. The Army gives Fort Belvoir’s cleaning contracts to different companies every few …"

"… wages earned by his wife, Cecilia, who does janitorial work at Walter Reed Army Medical Center — weren’t enough to cover expenses. “With these jobs …"

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"… ease in the defense budget to build more ships and planes, and enlarge the Army and the Marine Corps, fulfilling a long-held dream by those services and t …"

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"… s platform: Lifting a congressional cap on defense spending; expanding the Army; deploying a more robust missile defense; and spending more in particular …"

"… has separately discussed adding more troops to the Marines as well as the Army, and boosting the number of U.S. military ships and planes. He hasn’t de …"

"… ding to a tally by the Atlantic. And while it includes several former U.S. Army commanders in Europe and others who held senior Pentagon posts, many of th …"

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"… nnium Challenge Corporation (which helps administer U.S. foreign aid), the Army, and the Fish and Wildlife Service, the firm had problems meeting agreed r …"

"… luded contracts to inspect munitions, provide surgical technicians for the Army, and to clean government facilities. While federal rules require that con …"

"… rt in Illinois. But a July 2013 Dun & Bradstreet report obtained by an Army contracting officer said Glocoms had 78 employees and $15 million in sales …"

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"… d the unique importance of the military vote. “It’s really part of the Army values, right? So we encourage soldiers to go out and vote, be a part of t …"

"… uch as Fort Bragg are engaging in grassroots awareness campaigns. The U.S. Army released a statement in November 2015 advising that “units and installat …"

"… ation voting assistance officer at Fort Bragg. She also served in the U.S. Army for 24 years. “We have the armed forces voters week, we also have the a …"

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"… ne-fourth working for government-backed forces such as the Afghan National Army and the Afghan Local and National Police. But that news somehow never made …"

"… Local Police, five in the National Police, and three in the National Army.  “There is continuing concern about allegations of cross-border r …"

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"… ibuted to this story. …"

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"… itary services don’t have rigorous sampling standards, the GAO said. The Army Public Health Command, which manages one of the databases, told the GAO it …"

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"… zers created a Facebook support page for the previously obscure former U.S.Army police supervisor, and online commentators expressed outrage at what they …"

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"… gainst the Taliban and other insurgent forces, particularly after the U.S. Army and its coalition partners withdraw. But the effort has not been goin …"

"… d in Afghanistan and one, headquartered in Florida, is led by retired U.S. Army officers. The auditor’s report found substantial fault with the terms, …"

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"… then Uncle Sam said it was my time to go,” he recalled Drafted into the Army, he received training in electronics and ended up stationed as a technicia …"

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"… ma bin Laden's compound and to the “Screaming Eagles” of the U.S. Army’s 101st airborne division, who stormed Normandy on D-day. Its troops he …"

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"… hat includes the residence of the Vice President, the Maryland site of the Army’s top security chemical and biological laboratories, 15 major U.S. Army …"

"… Army’s top security chemical and biological laboratories, 15 major U.S. Army bases, the Coast Guard’s academy in Connecticut and its headquarters in …"

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"… t 75 percent offer at least some type of female-specific care, Hayes said. Army National Guard Spc. Crystal Sandor muscled a 5-ton truck through the ragta …"

"… ntimeters taller. She was awarded a Purple Heart, but had to prove to the Army that she deserved it. Even back home in Ohio, she doesn’t feel much lik …"

"… ots with fur around the top. She says the boots remind her of being in the Army. She cuts across the lawn of another church, passes campus, stops to get …"

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"… mes of all the key personnel. Robert Doyle, a sergeant first class in the Army during a tour in Iraq, returned in late 2007 as a 100 percent service-disa …"

"… to be an entrepreneur,” said the veteran who served for 14 years in the Army. “They teach you how to make important decisions. They teach you to be s …"

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"… t out of bed and he can’t get a drink of water. Hancock, 27, joined the Army in 2004 and went to Iraq, where he drove a tank. On Memorial Day 2007 — …"

"… s because of military medicine’s highly advanced care. Doctors at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio repaired Hancock’s body with skin grafts a …"

"… veterans who use the VA live far away from their closest VA hospital. For Army Spc. Terence “Bo” Jones, it is more important that he live near his fa …"

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"… e Boston office. Sean Meade was a National Guardsman who deployed with the Army to Iraq for a tour during 2006 and 2007. Claims processors denied his disa …"

"… ty compensation. Stephen Leon served two tours in Afghanistan and won the Army Commendation Medal for valor after a firefight with three suicide bombers …"

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"… by 2017, despite decades of attempts. And in March 2012, CPI outlined the Army and Navy’s problems with developing workable accounting software. Navy …"

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"… not take cost-effective steps to recover the money, the GAO said. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, for example, has spent $256,000 since 2009 on an autom …"

"… mittee documenting a military payroll system that was so badly managed the Army had inadvertently paid $6 million to 2,269 troops who had already quit the …"

"… s, civilian pay, travel pay, commercial pay to vendors and contractors and Army Corps of Engineers travel and contractor fees. GAO faulted the Defense De …"

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"… yed to Alaska and California — and in two of the last seven tests of the Army’s mobile Terminal High Altitude Area Defense interceptors. An investiga …"

"… d system from achieving its primary test objectives that year and kept the Army from testing its radar systems. Several analysts agreed that MDA’s effo …"

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"…  to pay for a new $10 million museum in South Korea lauding the U.S. Army’s years of work there. And there is also sufficient cash to finance …"

"… icient cash to finance millions of dollars worth of netting around an Army golf course at Camp Zama in Japan, helpfully listed as “safety counterme …"

"… , as it is commonly known, is hosted in relatively cloudy Stuttgart by the Army’s European command because no African country wanted it on their soil. A …"

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"… n hidden, according to the report. The problem is about to get worse: The Army is considering replacing its battle uniform for the third time in 11 years …"

"… Of the four services that developed new uniforms in the 1990s — the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines — only the Marines appear to have done …"

"… arrel, although the GAO said the other services could still copy it.) The Army, in contrast, took three years and spent $3.2 million to develop a uniform …"

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"… the lowest — just 37 percent — followed by the Navy and the Army. The Defense Logistics Agency, which buys weapons parts and supplies troop …"

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"… s of stories in the Post about McCarthy’s reckless charges portraying an Army Signal Corps Center at Fort Monmouth, NJ, as a “nest of spies.”  …"

"… nd Good Luck.”) And, a month after Murrow weighed in, in April 1954, the Army-McCarthy hearings began to be televised live, leading to McCarthy’s cond …"

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"… new pipelines started showed that the soil was too sandy, but neither the Army Corps of Engineers overseeing the effort nor the main contractor at the si …"

"… raq was not effective ... We didn’t get much in return.” Only retired Army Gen. David Petraeus, who commanded U.S. forces in Iraq before shifting to …"

"… ty for the screw-up lies generally at the Pentagon and particularly in the Army, according to the report. The Defense Department  “held decisive sw …"

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"… ere not as integrated as military families were.“People don’t join the Army because there’s a school on base,” Coburn noted, suggesting the school …"

"… the defense budget by a legislative assistant named Jeremy Hayes, a former Army captain who colleagues say deeply understands the Pentagon’s proclivity …"

"… ptable levels of risk.”Those cuts would include trims in the size of the Army, fewer air squadrons, and a smaller missile defense effort. But most of th …"

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