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Col. Thom Besch, director of the Missile Defense Agency-Alaska Region stands next to an inert missile interceptor as he expains how the missile works, in a storage facility at the missile defense site at Ft. Greely, Alaska, May 18, 2007. (AP Photo/Al Grillo)
A view inside a silo containing a missile interceptor at Fort Greely, Alaska, is seen in this photo taken on June 1, 2009. (Jack W. Carlson, III/ 49th Missile Defense Battalion via Bloomberg)
NEW YORK: Donald Trump embraced new Cabinet officers Wednesday whose backgrounds suggest he’s primed to put tough actions behind his campaign rhetoric on immigration and the environment, even as he seemed to soften his yearlong stance on immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children.