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These Playing Cards School U.S. Soldiers in Archaeology By Elise Craig Thursday, December 12 0 Comments When Laurie Rush, an army archaeologist and anthropologist, heard that the military had built a helipad directly on top of ancient Babylon, she realized she needed to do more to educate US soldiers about historic places. New Stealth Spy Drone Already Flying Over Area 51 By Jason Paur Friday, December 6 1 Comment The latest top secret unmanned spy plane to be uncovered isn’t just a design idea, it’s already flying at the Air Force’s famed Area 51. Danger Room Danger Room
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