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May 19, 2014 1:57 PM

Air Force is reviewing rule that bars proselytizing by superiors

The Air Force’s top general appeared to be losing his cool. But it wasn’t over a controversial plan to scrap an aircraft prized for protecting ground troops or billions of dollars in cuts that are straining a service striving to recover from the grind of 12 years of war.

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