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Veterans point to value of Stars and Stripes amid proposal to strip funding from news organization

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The writer served two tours as an Army cavalry scout in Kunar, Paktika and Helmand provinces of Afghanistan.

WASHINGTON — Many veterans are speaking out about the importance of Stars and Stripes as a news source for troops in light of the Pentagon’s decision this week to gut the historic news agency of its annual funding to free up more money for what it considers to be crucial warfighting expenses. https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/veterans-point-to-value-of-stars-and-stripes-amid-proposal-to-strip-funding-from-news-organization-1.618767

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