Pentagon Officials Face Scrutiny From Congress

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With Rebels In Retreat, What Are U.S. Options?

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NATO TO Enforce No-Fly Zone Over Libya

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U.S. General Leading Libya Effort 'Follows Trouble'

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Artillery Fire Reported In Libya

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Petraeus Testifies On The Hill

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Pentagon Prepares For Changes At The Top

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The aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, shown departing from Naval Station Norfolk on Jan. 13, is now in the Red Sea, with its dozens of warplanes, waiting to see if it's needed for any Libyan operation. U.S. Navy/Getty Images hide caption

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A Tug Of War Over U.S. Military Options In Libya

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President Ronald Reagan gestures during a news conference at the White House in January 1986, when he said there was "irrefutable evidence" that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi was involved in airport attacks in Rome and Vienna in December 1985. Scott Stewart/AP hide caption

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For Reagan, Gadhafi Was A Frustrating 'Mad Dog'

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An F-15C Eagle aircraft returns to base after a mission during Operation Deny Flight, the United Nations-sanctioned no-fly-zone action over Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1998. Retired Navy Capt. Tom Parker, who flew no-fly-zone missions in the Balkans, says the strategy could work in Libya. But Defense Secretary Robert Gates and others argue that it wouldn't be easy. U.S. Air Force/Getty Images hide caption

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A No-Fly Zone: 'This Is Not A Simple Operation'

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A U.S. soldier records video footage while blowing up an improvised explosive device found by an Afghan villager in Kandahar province on Dec. 29. The military is using new technology — sensors attached to American aircraft — to sniff out roadside bombs. Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Military Sensors Catch The Scent Of Roadside Bombs

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Frank Buckles during a 2008 ceremony honoring him on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Last U.S. Veteran Of World War I Dies At Age 110

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A cargo ship transits the Suez Canal en route from the Mediterranean Sea to the Gulf of Suez at the city of Suez, Egypt, on Feb. 2. Egypt controls the canal, which is vital to U.S. interests. Emilio Morenatti/AP hide caption

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U.S. Military Keeps Close Eye On Egypt, Bahrain

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Air Force Picks Boeing For Major Military Contract

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