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  • Soldiers with the Georgia Army National Guard operate a health care call center in Augusta, Ga., on April 9, 2020. (Staff Sgt. Amy King/Army)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38The Solid Start program contacted about 70,000 veterans through the first nine months of operations.

  • President Donald Trump gives a thumbs up after arriving at Pope Army Field for an event with troops at Fort Bragg, Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020, in Pope Field, N.C. (Evan Vucci/AP)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38President Trump presented the troops with a Presidential Unit Citation and visited a Special Forces memorial.

  • Health care workers prepare to transport a COVID-19 patient from an intensive care unit (ICU) at a hospital in Kyjov to hospital in Brno, Czech Republic, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020. (Petr David Josek/AP)

    Medical personnel from the Nebraska and Texas National Guards are expected to treat patients at Prague’s military hospital and a new field hospital at the city’s exhibition ground.

  • Pharmacy costs will remain flat for Tricare patients in 2021. Here, Wanda Ward, a pharmacy tech at Naval Hospital Pensacola, fills a prescription for TRICARE beneficiaries June 11, 2019. (Jason Bortz/Navy)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38For many services, co-pays will go up by a few bucks or stay the same. But some beneficiaries will see spikes in enrollment fees.

  • U.S. Army Spc. Jordan Rivera, left, and Sgt. Evan M. Ruggiero, both with Charlie Battery, 3-112th Field Artillery Regiment, New Jersey Army National Guard, process ballots at the Atlantic County Board of Elections in Mays Landing, N.J., July 7, 2020. (New Jersey National Guard photo by Mark C. Olsen)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38Military Times is tracking the National Guard's support for the 2020 presidential election.

  • President Donald Trump, center, with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley, behind him at right, while addressing members of the military during a surprise Thanksgiving Day visit, Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019, at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. (Alex Brandon/AP)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38Weeks after the U.S. military was blindsided by President Donald Trump’s assertion that all U.S. troops will be out of Afghanistan by the end of the year, a top lawmaker on defense says there was no actual plan to withdraw troops by Christmas.

  • The lawsuit alleges that the prohibitions on certain types of diversity training infringe on constitutionally protected rights of employees. (rclassenlayouts/Getty Images)

    The lawsuit alleges that the prohibitions on certain types of diversity training infringe on constitutionally protected rights of employees.

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