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Pentagon Reverses Decision On Cyber Medal After Outcry
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4/26/2013 | 3:40:48 PM
re: Pentagon Reverses Decision On Cyber Medal After Outcry
I had no idea they
had such a medal, and why wouldnG«÷t everyone involved get the medal if the mission
was successful. Weather they are in battle or directing and informing form afar
they all play critical parts in any successful mission. I like that the military
is backing the decision to recognize both parties involved and distinguish for
what exactly they achieved.

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