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Senior Master Sgt. Oscar Rodriguez Rodriguez sued the U.S. Air Force, demanding an apology and admission of wrongdoing.
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Marine Corps News
A California-based Marine Corps squadron has received its first F-35C Joint Strike Fighter jet.
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