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Iraq a training ground for US 'renaissance warriors'

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / August 26, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- On a sun-drenched morning in Sadr City, an Army officer and his patrol may first have to size up an Iraqi civilian bearing an automatic rifle: Is he friend or foe? A few hours later, the same patrol leader might shift his focus from the dangers of stealth enemies to the status of the town's new sewage project. ... (Full Article: 1054 Words)

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