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The effort is part of a broader U.S. campaign by the State Department to make sure weapons don't end up in Russian hands.
By Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press
U.S. officials are said to be especially concerned about Stinger man-portable air defense systems and Javelin anti-tank tactical guided missiles.
By Joe Gould
Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Menendez is pushing to amend the NDAA with the Taiwan Policy Act, which includes $6.5 billion in military aid.
The Veterans Support Program at the State Department is a single touch-point for all veteran employees to access resources or ask questions.
By Ryan White