ASPEN -- The Pentagon is recruiting a new cadre of computer geeks to address a threat that the military's top intelligence officer says keeps him up at night.

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Hundreds of 4th Infantry Division soldiers could qualify for the Defense Department's new Atomic Veterans Service Certificate, thanks to the division's participation in nuclear tests in the 1950s and 1960s.

The tests were part of a strange chapter of the division's history, when the Pentagon sought to build a unit capable of fighting amid nuclear warfare. Troops from the division joined in at least two mock wars in the Nevada desert, maneuvering through the fallout of nuclear test blasts.

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Air National Guard/Tech Sgt. Mark Olsen

After what insiders say was a surprise announcement by President Donald Trump on Tuesday, the Colorado Springs command that could send U.S. troops to the Mexican border was waiting for guidance.

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