Photo by Sgt. Rocco Defilippis

President Barack Obama’s decision to deploy 3,000 troops to Liberia in response to the West African Ebola epidemic may have raised a few eyebrows last week, but the move was largely supported by a majority of U.S. government leaders despite predictable gurning from the usual suspects. And though this type of deployment may seem outside the norm for many veterans who became accustomed to multiple, revolving combat deployments in recent years, the fact is, this is a mission set the U.S. military has been called upon to tackle again and again throughout its history, and precisely the type of thing we should expect to see more of in the coming century.

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