Tom Bowman Tom Bowman is a NPR National Desk reporter covering the Pentagon.
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Army recruits perform exercises as part of a demonstration for tourists in front of the military-recruiting station in New York's Times Square. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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As Qualified Men Dwindle, Military Looks For A Few Good Women

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Sexual Assault Victims: Military's Criminal Justice System Is Broken

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Pentagon Won't Feel Most Of Sequester's Effects Until Summer

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As Sequestration Looms, Defense Civilians Face Furloughs

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Gen. John Allen To Retire, Not Pursue NATO Commander Nomination

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The winding down of the war in Afghanistan and efforts to slice the budget deficit will likely mean more spending cuts for the Pentagon. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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