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The history of wars and the benefits for those who fight them depend on field records: after-action write-ups, intelligence reports and day to day accounts of what happened.

Congress Presses for Missing War Records

The history of wars and the benefits for those who fight them depend on field records: after-action write-ups, intelligence reports and day to day accounts of what happened.

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The history of wars and the benefits for those who fight them depend on field records: after-action write-ups, intelligence reports and day to day accounts of what happened.

Congress Presses for Missing War Records

The history of wars and the benefits for those who fight them depend on field records: after-action write-ups, intelligence reports and day to day accounts of what happened.

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