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Pentagon assigns troops to help vaccination efforts

Military authorities will deploy more than 1,100 personnel to help with mass vaccination efforts.

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Pentagon deploys troops to fuel COVID-19 vaccine drive

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon will deploy more than 1,100 troops to five vaccination centers in what will be the first wave of increased military support for the White House campaign to get more Americans inoculated against COVID-19.


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