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The Commander-in-Chief With The Heart And Mind

Today on October 7, 2016 — the 15th anniversary of the war in Afghanistan— we must recognize the heavy burden shouldered by the less than one percent of the population who serve in the Armed Forces. As a Korean War veteran who almost died in combat, I know all too well the sacrifices our men and women in uniform make every day to defend America. In this era of global terrorism, it is more important than ever to have a Congress and a Commander-in-Chief with the heart and mind to make prudent decisions that keep our military safe and our country strong.
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