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  • "The Chairman has testified before Congress multiple times on the military response to the attacks in Benghazi," said Air Force Col. Edward Thomas. "Our forces were ordered to respond upon notification of the attack. But the fact remains, as we have repeatedly indicated, that U.S. military forces could not have arrived in time to mount a rescue of those Americans who were killed and injured that night."

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