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Veteran's Database of Medals Cited as Alternative to Stolen Valor -
NYTimes.com
“The government could likely protect the integrity of the military awards
system by creating a database of medal winners accessible and searchable on
the Internet, as some private individuals have already done,” Justice
Kennedy wrote. “Were a database accessible through the Internet, it would
be easy to verify and expose false claims.”


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