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After months of debate and weeks of angst, the Senate has sent its annual defense bill to the president.
During their visit to Arlington Cemetery on Inauguration Day, the author of this commentary said he wished Biden and the former presidents who were granted draft deferments during Vietnam thought about those who went in their place.
By Lawrence J. Korb
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By Shawn Snow
A commission examining how the draft registration process is handled will make major decisions on the topic in coming months.
The Pentagon’s No. 2 civilian and uniformed officer have given a classified preview of President Trump’s newly drafted nuclear weapons strategy to Senate Armed Services Committee.
By Joe Gould