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    FILE - This Sept. 17, 2013 file photo shows an armed officer who said he is with the Defense Department, standing near guard the gate at the Washington Navy Yard the day after a gunman launched an attack inside the Yard. An independent review triggered by the Washington Navy Yard killings last year says threats to Defense Department personnel and facilities increasingly are coming from within. It says the department must rethink its outdated security theory that suggests defending the perimeters can keep threats away. Instead, it says that terrorism, espionage and even physical threats are coming from trusted insiders. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)



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    National Edition News cover for March 18, 2014 - SENSOR OF THE PAST, FLIER OF THE FUTURE: HIGH HOPES: The Defense Department will try to convince Congress that transferring the sensor from its old, reliable U-2 spy plane (top) to the Global Hawk surveillance drone would be more cost-efficient than keeping both in the air.


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    HIGH HOPES: The Defense Department will try to convince Congress that transferring the sensor from its old, reliable U-2 spy plane (top) to the Global Hawk surveillance drone would be more cost-efficient than keeping both in the air. (Associated Press photographs)


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    The Defense Department will try to convince Congress that transferring the sensor from its old, reliable U-2 spy plane to the Global Hawk surveillance drone would be more cost-efficient than keeping both in the air. (Associated Press photographs)






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