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Limiting the release of nonsensitive information, the author writes, "will ensure that the only ones truly in the dark are American citizens."
By Lt. Gen. Thomas Spoehr (ret.)
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Last fall’s discourse about the relationship between patriotism, the military and the public is not a new discussion.
By Michael Schellhammer
The painting, an unsigned watercolor from 1782, was a panorama of an army encampment, and appeared to feature the only known wartime depiction of the tent George Washington used as his command center during the Revolutionary War.
By Kristen De Groot