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Great power, great responsibility: Gen. ‘CQ’ Brown & Anthony Mackie talk diversity ‘firsts’ in military, Marvel
Gen. Charles "CQ" Brown isn't an Avenger ... yet.
Repeated National Guard missions in DC trigger frustration, denials
According to defense officials, the Army on Monday approved only about a quarter of the Guard troops requested by city officials to provide security in case of unrest after the upcoming verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin.
By Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press
National Guard chaplains reflect on Floyd protests, lessons learned
Chaplains say they’re working on two main lessons learned from those tumultuous times.
By Giovanna Dell'Orto
Space Force aims to set standard for diversity, inclusion in the military
Some critics worry steps taken in public, such as the military’s first all-female space operations crew, only serve to obscure larger systemic problems the Space Force has inherited from the branch of the military it grew out of, the U.S. Air Force.
By Dan Boyce, Colorado Public Radio via the AP