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Senate Proceeding on Dec 18th, 2010 :: 0:27:50 to 0:28:34
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Ron Wyden

0:27:47 to 0:28:09( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: a 2005 government accountability office report says that nearly 10,000 of those discharged under don't ask, don't tell have been linguists trained in critical languages such as arabic, farsi and chinese. as a member of the senate intelligence committee, let me

Ron Wyden

0:27:50 to 0:28:34( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ron Wyden

Ron Wyden

0:28:10 to 0:28:31( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: tell you turning away arabic, farsi and chinese speakers is bad for national security. it makes it harder for us to win the war on terror. and don't just take my word for it. the fact of the matter is the military now understands how

Ron Wyden

0:28:32 to 0:28:35( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: important it is to make this change.

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