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Lieutenant General David Petraeus rewrote an Army manual.

Iraq's hard truths shape general's new battle plan

Wits, not might, called key to a win

By Charles M. Sennott
Globe Staff / November 29, 2006

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FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. -- When Lieutenant General David Petraeus was reassigned last year from a top command in Iraq to this sprawling Army complex in the heartland where new leaders are trained, many in the military saw it as a move to sideline a potential critic from Pentagon decision-making. (Full article: 1461 words)

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