Tidewater
The Rising Sea Level's Effect on US Military Bases

Tidewater - The Rising Sea Level's Effect on US Military Bases
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THOMAS

It's difficult to understand how some politicians can still deny climate change when our own defense is at stake. How dare they call themselves Patriots when our own DOD personnel are screaming for change.

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paul

"with our nation's defense" - glad they won't be deployed until another army crosses the borders

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