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No ‘Non-official Travel’ to France for US Military

The Washington Examiner reports that “all U.S. military personnel are banned from traveling to or within France in the wake of a string of terrorist attacks that left 129 dead, including one American.”  

“U.S. European Command announced on Sunday the travel restrictions on unofficial trips to and within France.”  

“‘This EUCOM policy applies to United States military personnel, DoD civilian employees, contractors and command-sponsored dependents and family members,’ according to a European Command statement.”

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