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Retired Lt. Gen. Clyde A. Vaughn, the Guard Recruiting Assistance Program founder who enthusiastically pushed the plan when he served as director of the Army National Guard, denies wrongdoing and calls the scandal "overblown." He received a letter of reprimand for failing to "conserve government resources." (Associated Press)
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Retired Lt. Gen. Clyde A. Vaughn, the Guard Recruiting Assistance Program founder who enthusiastically pushed the plan when he served as director of the Army National Guard, denies wrongdoing and calls the scandal "overblown." He received a letter of reprimand for failing to "conserve government resources." (Associated Press)

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