Panetta Calls For Military Ethics Review

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Gen. John Allen Pulled Into Petraeus Scandal

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Pentagon Probes 'Inappropriate' Emails By Gen. Allen

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Obama To Focus On Troop Levels For Afghanistan

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How The New President Might Rebuild Top Cabinets

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A Libyan military guard stands in front of one of the U.S. Consulate's burned out buildings on Sept. 14. The U.S. is offering new details of the attack on the consulate that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. Mohammad Hannon/AP hide caption

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U.S. Offers New Details Of Deadly Libya Attack

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Afghan soldiers stand at attention during a ceremony transferring authority from NATO-led troops to Afghan security forces in Afghanistan's Kunar province. The transfer of responsibility for security from NATO-led ISAF forces to Afghan troops is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2014. Rahmat Gul/AP hide caption

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U.S. Eager To Step Aside; Are Afghan Forces Ready?

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U.S. Army Special Forces ride horseback as they work with members of the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan in 2001. AP hide caption

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Female Marines unload their rifles after a patrol with Afghan soldiers in Helmand province in June. The Marine Corps leadership has started an experiment to determine whether female Marine lieutenants have what it takes to become infantry officers and lead on the battlefield. Adek Berry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Veteran Fought In World War II, Korea And Vietnam

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Afghan children run to school on Sept. 24. Whoever takes over as the next U.S. president will have to determine how many troops will remain after the December 2014 deadline to help with long-term security. Jeff Pachoud/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Afghanistan Deadline Awaits Next U.S. President

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Female Marines unload their rifles after a patrol with Afghan soldiers in Helmand province in June. The Marine Corps leadership has started an experiment to determine whether female Marine lieutenants have what it takes to become infantry officers and lead on the battlefield. Adek Berry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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First Female Marines Take Combat Leadership Test

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U.S.-Afghan Patrols Halted After Insider Attacks

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