Mullen Says U.S. Should Mount Diplomatic Offensive Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, says the U.S. should mount a massive diplomatic and foreign aid offensive. Mullen told a group of officers that although security is important, the military cannot do everything.
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Mullen Says U.S. Should Mount Diplomatic Offensive

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Mullen Says U.S. Should Mount Diplomatic Offensive

Mullen Says U.S. Should Mount Diplomatic Offensive

Mullen Says U.S. Should Mount Diplomatic Offensive

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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen, shown in a June file photo, says the U.S. should mount a massive diplomatic and foreign aid mission. Chad J. McNeeley/U.S. Navy/AP hide caption

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