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Talk:United States Armed Forces sections
Intro   Role of Women    Source?    Move to Armed Forces of the United States, Part II    non-citizens    Intro to US Armed Forces    Armed forces or Armed Forces?   National Guard   Citation now restricted?   Move   Move?    Lacks Consistency   Lead Section Too Long!!!  Equipment   Which branch is REALLY the oldest?    Rename    Other types of forces, other than armed ones?    Hazing   Crimes committed   Name    Requested move    Why are the sucide rates even important?    Information for those considering enlistment?    Job titles and military rank use lower case    Mission?    Criticism    potential resource    potential resource    resource    Editing Infobox Template    Suicides among U.S. troops averaging one a day in 2012    Size   Budget   Dank4Days    Male \u2013 Female vs. Female \u2013 Male sequencing (BRD)    Use of nuclear weapons?    Links    process of desegregation in the Armed Forces    however this claim has been questioned    IN or OF    Clear violation of the NPOV.    Who is Counting?    SIPRI report on arms exports   

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