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    As Joining Forces celebrates its fifth anniversary this week, First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden honored more than 50 companies who have pledged to hire and train veterans and military spouses. In the past five years, the organization has hired 1.2 million veterans and military spouses and has cut the veteran unemployment rate in half, Obama said.

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