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Slate's War Stories: U.S. Military Recruitment Woes

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Slate's War Stories: U.S. Military Recruitment Woes

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Slate's War Stories: U.S. Military Recruitment Woes

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with former U.S. Army officer and Slate contributor Phil Carter about military recruitment. Carter says that there are a number of factors causing U.S. military branches, like the National Guard, to fall short of their recruitment goals.

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