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AP

For the first time, sophisticated U.S. military surveillance drones capable of carrying missiles have begun patrolling waters off Somalia in hopes of stemming rising piracy. Three ships have been seized in a week off Africa's lawless eastern coast

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McClatchy News

Weeks after the US pulled the plug on a Poland-based missile defense system, Vice President Biden traveled to Warsaw to assuage angry officials and emerged with an agreement that Poland will get an upgraded element of a missile defense.

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President Barack Obama won a modest victory in his effort to close the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba, with a Senate vote that allows the government to continue to move detainees at the facility to the U.S. to be prosecuted. The measure passed the

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Campaign for Liberty

New York Times Magazine takes a look at the current commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan General Stanley McChrystal's Afghanistan war recommendation and notes the "magnitude of the choice" now facing President Obama "is difficult to oversta

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Breitbart

The top Senate Democrat says lawmakers of both parties assured President Barack Obama on Tuesday that they will rally behind whatever decision he makes on Afghanistan.

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Wired

Former Darpa director Tony Tether is joining a Washington-area lobbying firm best known for its influence on Capitol Hill. But Tether — who served for more than seven years as the head of the Pentagon’s premiere research arm — says he won’t be doing

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AP

President Barack Obama will focus "at the right time" on how to overturn the "don't ask, don't tell" ban on gays serving openly in the military, his national security adviser said. "I don't think it's going to be — it's not years, but I think it will

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Washingting Times

Top U.S. military officials may retire or resign unless President Obama quickly sets forth a clear plan on winning the war in Afghanistan, including whether to send more troop to stop insurgents, says Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican.

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Newsmax

There is a remote, although gaining, possibility America’s military will intervene as a last resort to resolve the “Obama problem.” Don’t dismiss it as unrealistic. America isn’t the Third World. If a military coup does occur here it will be ci

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Stephen D. Estes

AN AMERICAN PATRIOT TAKE Why the Missile Defense Change Isn’t the Larger Issue By : Stephen Estes 18 September, 2009 On September 17, 2009 President Obama under Direction from US Defense Secretary Robert Gates opted to shift gears with regar

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