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A 33-year-old French historian has been sentenced to a year in prison for stealing hundreds of dog tags belonging to U.S. service members killed during World War II from the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, with the intent of selling them on Ebay.

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President Donald Trump announced that the National Archives will release more than 3,000 JFK files, many of which have been classified since the 1960s.

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Image via the National Archives

Unlike the robust recruitment efforts of World War I and World War II, recruitment today is more focused on maintaining a standing military. As such there’s more emphasis on character, skill, and career development instead of a call to arms in response to a specific threat.

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U.S. Army photo

What if war were unconstitutional?

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