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“As the Reagan National Defense Forum takes place this weekend, NDIA is playing a key role in convening current and former secretaries of defense,...
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Trump's Military Plans Require Deft HandsDecember, 2016
Historians will record the 2016 presidential campaign as memorable in many ways, even though in some ways its actual conduct made most Americans happy to see it conclude. But, conclude it did and on Jan. 20, 2017, Donald J. Trump of New York will be sworn in as the next president of the United States. He will face many challenges. But certainly one that will need immediate attention involves the budget situation.
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