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The US has 5,113 nuclear warheads in its stockpile and "several thousand" more retired warheads awaiting the junkpile, the Pentagon said in an unprecedented accounting of a secretive arsenal born in the Cold War and now shrinking rapidly.

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On April 17, the Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky, reported on a military exercise dubbed “Mangudai,” named after the special forces of Genghis Khan’s Mongol army who could fight for days without food or sleep.

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NY Times

President Obama will decide whether to deploy a new class of weapons capable of reaching any corner of the earth from the US in under an hour and with such accuracy and force that they would greatly diminish America’s reliance on its nuclear arsenal.

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Thirty try to commit suicide each day, on average, reports the Army Times. Eighteen succeed, roughly five of whom receive medical care from Veterans Affairs, rated one of the best health programs in the country.

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Ed Howes

If the military knew whom they serve and their Oath is a fraud, how many would continue their dishonorable behavior? Who will tell them the truth?

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NY Daily News

An Army doc who refuses to go to Afghanistan until President Obama produces a birth certificate will face court-martial. Lt. Col. Terry Lakin, a decorated military man could face a dishonorable discharge for failing to obey orders,

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"John Patrick Bedell, 36, of Hollister, Calif., was identified as the shooter. Officials said they'd found no immediate connection to terrorism but had not ruled it out. Signs emerged that Bedell harbored ill feelings toward the government and the

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