Air Force Roots Out Cheaters In Ranks — As Well As Why They Did It

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Air Force To Release Results Of Cheating Probe

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Following Plea Deal, General's Misconduct Gets Fine And Reprimand

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Santiago Erevia is one of only three living soldiers receiving a Medal of Honor on March 18. Behind him is a photo projection of his younger self in uniform. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Decades Later, A Medal Of Honor For Hispanic-American Hero

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General Takes Plea Deal In Sexual Assault Case

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Hagel To Defend Pentagon Budget Before Senate Panel

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Obama Tells Pentagon To Plan A Full Afghan Departure

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Hagel Proposes Cuts To Size And Spending of Armed Forces

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Pentagon Officials To Outline Defense Budget Priorities

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New Military Ethics Chief Will Face A Full Plate

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Hagel Concerned By Ethical Lapses In Armed Forces

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Afghan Security Agreement Is Still Unsigned — Who's At Fault?

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In 1984, an American Army unit engaged in this firefight as it shielded a Soviet defector who made a break across the Demilitarized Zone between North Korea and South Korea. Thirty years after the battle, one of the U.S. soldiers, Mark Deville, has finally received a Silver Star for his bravery. Courtesy of Mark Deville hide caption

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A Medal Of Valor, 30 Years In Coming

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Pentagon, White House Are At Odds Over Afghanistan

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Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, talking to U.S. military personnel in Tokyo last April. Kyodo/Landov hide caption

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Gen. Martin Dempsey on Syria

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