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Support our troops. Learn how to support troops and their families through the Corporation for National & Community Service's United We Serve initiative. The National Resource Directory is an online tool for wounded, ill and injured Service Members, Veterans, their families, and those who support them.

U.S. Dept. of Defense news releases. U.S. State Dept. daily press briefings.

The Defense POW/Missing Accounting Agency site contains statistics and other information on the rescue of living Americans and the recovery of the remains of those who are missing in action from foreign battle fields.

Identify basic U.S. military insignia for enlisted and officers (all branches).

Army badges, symbols, flags, medals
Navy officer ranks and enlisted rates
Air Force symbols, badges, shields

The U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security's Ready.gov page has preparedness tips for businesses and individuals as well as links to local homeland security entities.

A link from the U.S. Office of Homeland Security contains information on how to make a suspicious activity report.

Policy and Status Report; Data

Sign up to read policy-related White House blog entries. The President's 2015 National Security Strategy

The Quadrennial Defense Review 2014, prepared by the Secretary of Defense as required every 4 years by Congress. U.S. State Department's Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review, first prepared in 2010.

The National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) is appointed by the President to serve as head of national counterintelligence for the U.S. and publishes journals, fact sheets, and other materials on counterintelligence, foreign industrial espionage, and useful information on safeguarding our nation's security. Also contains a link to the CI Reader, a history of U.S. counterintelligence back to our nation's Founders.

The Defense Casualty Analysis System tracks data on casualties from all conflicts. Its Timeline View provides a graphical display of the data, beginning in 1775.  

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