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"… ng on the powerful Armed Services Committee, which oversees members of the U.S. military stationed in Turkey. State lawmakers also shape education policy and hold …"

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"… stance programs. At least 33 other foreign military officers who received U.S. military and police training later committed human rights abuses, according to a se …"

"… As the main program that brings foreigners to the United States to attend U.S. military schools at Washington’s expense, IMET is now offered to select military …"

"… ts the Security Assistance Monitor and oversaw its IMET research, said the U.S. military should not only give human rights a higher priority but take a broad view …"

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"… ficials to steal their public resources. The creation in 2008 of a special U.S. military intelligence unit devoted to the topic produced shock in Washington at “ …"

"… Kandahar from 2002 to 2009 and became an adviser on Afghanistan to several U.S. military commanders there, plus the Joint Chiefs of Staff. “I experienced it on t …"

"… ts.” The National Interest experts’ group, which included all the key U.S. military commanders in the country from 2009 to 2014, rated only two to four of the …"

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"… om in 2014 and this year wrote about a grave setback in the U.S. military's effort to take on the group. Through a series of investigative and revel …"

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"… rity of the Afghan people.” A month earlier, however, a group of senior U.S. military officers rendered a much harsher judgment in private about the legacy of t …"

"… ers, according to a spokesman. Among the conclusions: in retrospect, U.S. military forces were unprepared to deal with a country where private profit-making …"

"… y factor, namely an illicit national economy. And it acknowledges that the U.S. military itself bears much blame for Afghanistan’s enduring mess, due to its poor …"

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"… construction, John Sopko, an independent auditor. Moreover, the U.S. military’s stated goal of 100 percent of first grade literacy for the entire forc …"

"… iteracy rate among Afghan army recruits is even less — about 13 percent. U.S. military officers told the auditors that promoting literacy makes the Afghanis easi …"

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"… ma administration officials agreed that the number of nuclear warheads the U.S. military deploys could be cut by at least a third without harming national security …"

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"… coupled with nagging doubts about their ability to protect themselves from U.S. military might. The problem with this brinksmanship was that it increased the risk …"

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"… on his recommendations. …"

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"… ns of young female recruits and airmen in what has been called the biggest U.S. military sexual assault scandal in years. At a House hearing in January, Air Force …"

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"… nual attrition rate for the Afghan army is nearly 30 percent, according to U.S. military commanders, provoking an enormous churn in the ranks that complicates accu …"

"… e with new standards" and processes. Despite the squishiness of the data, U.S. military officials have repeatedly cited the buildup in Afghan forces as the princi …"

"… jected that suggestion and insisted that a force of 352,000 would give the U.S. military more flexibility and could be maintained through 2018. Whether a force of …"

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"… itary housing used by senior officers in Stuttgart, Germany, a country the U.S. military has begun to flee. There also is enough — amid persistent military …"

"… valued at $200,000, instead of paying the Pentagon in cash for some of the U.S. military buildings being vacated as a quarter of the U.S. forces in Germany depart. …"

"… apanese government under an agreement meant to help defray the cost of the U.S. military’s contribution to Japanese security. But the Senate investigators questi …"

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"… stration officials had agreed that the number of nuclear warheads the U.S. military deploys could be cut by at least a third, below a limit of 1550 establishe …"

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"… they've had to deal with. We've seen a 100 percent cut in the support the U.S. military can provide air shows." Cudahy argues that air shows generate up to $1.5 …"

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"… ng the most narrowly specialized and expensive warplanes to operate in the U.S. military. Dempsey noted that the two flights were paid for out of money set aside …"

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"… Bowen describes in his report as “adhocracy” largely controlled by the U.S. military — a structure  that never “coalesced into a coherent whole” and …"

"… ed into a coherent whole” and often failed to achieve its aims. With the U.S. military now gone from Iraq and the 10th anniversary of the invasion only days away …"

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"… ministration officials have agreed that the number of nuclear warheads the U.S. military deploys could be cut by at least a third without harming national security …"

"… ording to Hans Kristensen, a nuclear arms expert at FAS. A decade ago, the U.S. military was targeting 660 Russian missile silos with multiple warheads, he said; n …"

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"… ny that has received an audit during their tenure there.Each branch of the U.S. military has had difficulty meeting a set of interim auditing deadlines. A report f …"

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"… ade reconstruction more difficult, dangerous and costly, but also left the U.S. military unprepared for the grind of multiple troop deployments, the tactics of an …"

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"… 5 percent since 2001.The jet is being developed in part to ensure that the U.S. military can prevail against any hypothetical adversary, including major powers abl …"

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"… them. The 19 contracts were valued at approximately $45.4 million. …"

"… ice having “been largely neglected” in the last 10 or 11 years, as the U.S. military worked exclusively with the Afghan National Army. Seara said, during that …"

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"… the decade, “strategic leadership repeatedly failed,” and as a result, U.S. military training, policies, doctrine and equipment were ill-suited to the tasks th …"

"… nflict. When completed, “it will be used by senior leaders” to develop U.S. military forces for the future, according to Navy Lt. Cmdr. Cindy Fields, a Joint S …"

"… r who read author Thomas Ricks’ seminal, bestselling 2006 account of the U.S. military’s early failings in Iraq, bluntly titled “Fiasco.” An internal Army …"

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"… off the assembly line in 2003 and supposed to be the premiere jet for the U.S. military, a stealth-enabled, hyper-maneuverable air craft capable of dominating the …"

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"… rom his anticipated budget over the same period. By modestly tweaking U.S. military strategy to accommodate these reductions, he said the country would still …"

"… 9/11 budget increases, followed by an end to the intervention in Iraq, the U.S. military has suddenly lost its political immunity from the austerity pressures affl …"

"… ompared to others?Obama said on January 5 that after his proposed changes, U.S. military spending will still be “larger than roughly the next 10 nations combined …"

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"… tten about the president’s plans to reduce the size and cost of the U.S. military, but what about veterans’ benefits? The president’s deficit reduc …"

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"… Similarly, the State Department also says on its website that “U.S. military aid to Egypt totals over $1.3 billion annually.”However, the CRS says in …"

"… bring an ironic end to years of legal wrangling over prisoners held by the U.S. military. The ruling, unless overturned by the Supreme Court, appears to the give t …"

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"… ederal effort to stop the trafficking of counterfeit computer chips to the U.S. military – flourished for years because the Defense Department has largely failed …"

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"… gathering practices.”To be sure, schools attended by the children of the U.S. military don’t appear to have problems on the same scale or that would draw such …"

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"… n of the increasing attention on consumer problems faced by members of the U.S. military.In recent months, three of the nation’s largest financial institutions …"

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