4 AUG 2017

By Jared Keller

For the legislation’s sponsors in Congress, the whole purpose of the bill is not just to memorialize the sacrifices on foreign battlefields, but to ensure that that U.S. military personnel who work behind the scenes and in the shadows to beat back the rising tide of international terror — like U.S. Special Operations Command forces on the front lines in dozens of countries — do not go forgotten.

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