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West Point grads exit service at high rate

War's redeployments thought a major factor

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / April 11, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Recent graduates of the US Military Academy at West Point are choosing to leave active duty at the highest rate in more than three decades, a sign to many military specialists that repeated tours in Iraq are prematurely driving out some of the Army's top young officers. (Full article: 1030 words)

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