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power and authority as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces ...
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President by Congress under the Authorization for Use of Military Force. (AUMF).
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president's illegal orders, I would be just fine following President ...
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his capacity as Commander in Chief of the armed forces in the time of war.
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define the parameters and regulate our armed forces, the acts of ...
The Department of Defense is responsible for providing the military forces
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