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Stars and Stripes

Stars and Stripes is a newspaper published by and for US military personnel, authorized by the Defense Department.

Publication History

The first paper called Stars and Stripes was published by Union soldiers in 1861. Since then, editions have been published during various wars and overseas deployments (though not always between them), sometimes using the name The National Tribune. A privately-published paper using the same name was also printed for a while after World War I.

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