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Tennessee state Sen. Mark Green has withdrawn his nomination to be secretary of the Army. Opposition was building against Green among Democrats on the Senate Armed Services Committee over statements Green made that critics called insensitive toward Muslims. Erik Schelzig/AP hide caption

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A soldier fires a Carl Gustav recoilless rifle system during weapons practice in Helmand province, Afghanistan. Heavy weapons like these generate a shock wave that may cause brain injuries. Sgt. Benjamin Tuck/CJSOTF-A/DVIDS hide caption

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Pentagon Shelves Blast Gauges Meant To Detect Battlefield Brain Injuries

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Military medics, medical corps and technicians from every branch of the military attend courses at the Medical Education and Training Campus in San Antonio. Wendy Rigby/Texas Public Radio hide caption

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Lessons From 2 War Zones Make A Difference In Medic Training

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Lt. Col. Alan Brown stands in his garage, filled with boxes that will be sent to the family's new home in New York. In the background is Lucy, the family's Schnauzer. Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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As Military Moving Costs Rise, It's Difficult For Officials To Keep Track

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Micah Johnson, who authorities have identified as the shooter who killed five law enforcement officers in Dallas on July 7 during a protest over recent fatal police shootings of black men. AP hide caption

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Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl leaves a military courthouse Tuesday in Fort Bragg, N.C. Bergdahl was arraigned on charges of desertion and endangering troops stemming from his decision to leave his outpost in Afghanistan in 2009. Sara D. Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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Evans Army Community Hospital, which stands on the Fort Carson military base, is a central part of the base's behavioral health system. Courtesy of Evans Army Community Hospital/U.S. Army hide caption

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Lawmakers Call For Army To Investigate Misconduct Discharges Of Service Members

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Eric Fanning, then the acting secretary of the U.S. Air Force, delivers remarks during a 2013 ceremony at the Pentagon. Fanning has held numerous military posts in the Obama administration. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The first women to pass the Army's elite Ranger training, Capt. Kristen Griest (left) and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver (right), will receive their Ranger tabs when they graduate Friday. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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A woman participates in the final phase of U.S. Army Ranger training, taking place in the hot humid swamps of the Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., earlier this year. For the first time, two women completed the training, the military announced Monday. Scott Brooks/MAI/Landov hide caption

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