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Keeping military ‘on standby’ to strike could be taxing
President Obama announced that he will seek Congressional authorization for military action on Syria. NBC News Chief Pentagon Correspondent Jim Miklaszewski reports on the preparations for a possible strike, and explains why it could be difficult to keep military forces ready to strike at any moment for extended periods of time.
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