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I\'ll point out that Rainbow answers to the President of the US, at the top of their chain of command. Yes, it is a multinational unit in the sense that soldiers of multiple nations are assigned to it, but the unit is \'\'controlled\'\' by the Americans. And also originally set up by them, funded by them, and managed by them. Ultimately speaking a military unit has to ultimately be commanded by one nation, even if its composed out of allies. I think the last time military units actually had a formal divided command was World War II.
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I\\\'ll point out that Rainbow answers to the President of the US, at the top of their chain of command. Yes, it is a multinational unit in the sense that soldiers of multiple nations are assigned to it, but the unit is \\\'\\\'controlled\\\'\\\' by the Americans. And also originally set up by them, funded by them, and managed by them. Ultimately speaking a military unit has to ultimately be commanded by one nation, even if its composed out of allies. I think the last time military units actually had a formal divided command was World War II. The foreign military members are actually detached for duty with the US military at this time and put under US command, so, yeah, its \\\'American\\\'.
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As per the argument that \'they had to hide the budget in the Department of the Interior, therefore its not really American!\', that makes no sense. For decades, the CIA used to hide its \
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As per the argument that \\\'they had to hide the budget in the Department of the Interior, therefore its not really American!\\\', that makes no sense. For decades, the CIA used to hide its \\\"black\\\" budget in the Department of Agriculture; has it stopped being an American government agency now?

Furthermore, in the mission in question, the permission of exactly one government is asked for before they fly to Brazil to kill people -- the US government. So, yeah, that last mission was an American military mission.
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I\'ll point out that Rainbow answers to the President of the US, at the top of their chain of command. Yes, it is a multinational unit in the sense that soldiers of multiple nations are assigned to it, but the unit is \'\'controlled\'\' by the Americans. And also originally set up by them, funded by them, and managed by them.
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I\\\'ll point out that Rainbow answers to the President of the US, at the top of their chain of command. Yes, it is a multinational unit in the sense that soldiers of multiple nations are assigned to it, but the unit is \\\'\\\'controlled\\\'\\\' by the Americans. And also originally set up by them, funded by them, and managed by them. Ultimately speaking a military unit has to ultimately be commanded by one nation, even if its composed out of allies. I think the last time military units actually had a formal divided command was World War II.
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As per the argument that \'they had to hide the budget in the Department of the Interior, therefore its not really American!\', that makes no sense. For decades, the CIA used to hide its \
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As per the argument that \\\'they had to hide the budget in the Department of the Interior, therefore its not really American!\\\', that makes no sense. For decades, the CIA used to hide its \\\"black\\\" budget in the Department of Agriculture; has it stopped being an American government agency now?

Furthermore, in the mission in question, the permission of exactly one government is asked for before they fly to Brazil to kill people -- the US government. So, yeah, that last mission was an American military mission.
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