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  • Make It In America means investing in manufacturing innovation, making the American workforce the best-trained one in the world, and creating an environment in which American manufacturers can create jobs here and still compete in an open global market.

    Rep. Steny Hoyer: Democrats' Make It In America Agenda

  • Make It In America means investing in manufacturing innovation, making the American workforce the best-trained one in the world, and creating an environment in which American manufacturers can create jobs here and still compete in an open global market.

    Rep. Steny Hoyer: Democrats' Make It In America Agenda

  • At a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Thursday, Mr. Clapper said rebels faced a "tough row" because Mr. Gadhafi has surrounded himself with the "most luxuriously equipped and the best-trained" troops in the country, giving him "overwhelming power."

    Gadhafi Drives Rebels Out of Key City

  • Another brother, Khamis, heads the army's 32nd Brigade, which according to U.S. diplomats is the best-trained and best-equipped force in the military.

    Gadhafi says he is in Libya's capital

  • Given the fog of propaganda surrounding the Guantánamo prisoners—whom Rumsfeld described on a well-publicized visit to the base on January 27, 2002, as “among the most dangerous, best-trained, vicious killers on the face of the earth”—it may be surprising to learn that only some 5 percent of all the detainees held at Guantánamo were ever apprehended by U.S. forces to begin with.

    The Longest War

  • Gadhafi has surrounded himself with the "most luxuriously equipped and the best-trained" troops in the country.

    France, U.S. Reach Out to Rebels

  • The best-armed and best-trained divisions of the Syrian army are Alawite.

    Preventing Civil War in Syria

  • Given the fog of propaganda surrounding the Guantánamo prisoners—whom Rumsfeld described on a well-publicized visit to the base on January 27, 2002, as “among the most dangerous, best-trained, vicious killers on the face of the earth”—it may be surprising to learn that only some 5 percent of all the detainees held at Guantánamo were ever apprehended by U.S. forces to begin with.

    The Longest War

  • Given the fog of propaganda surrounding the Guantánamo prisoners—whom Rumsfeld described on a well-publicized visit to the base on January 27, 2002, as “among the most dangerous, best-trained, vicious killers on the face of the earth”—it may be surprising to learn that only some 5 percent of all the detainees held at Guantánamo were ever apprehended by U.S. forces to begin with.

    The Longest War

  • Another scenario that could hamper any transition is that Mr. Saleh's son and nephews still run the country's best-trained and best-equipped security units.

    Clashes Grow After Yemen Head Vows to Quit

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