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U.S. plans big military retraining for terrorism war

The Bush administration, beset by violence in Iraq and growing strains on the armed forces, plans to sharply increase the number of soldiers with noncombat skills as it pursues its war on terrorism, officials and analysts said on Tuesday. Under a seven-year rebalancing program which will gather pace after the Nov. 2 election, the Pentagon said it intends to create 100,000 military police, civil affairs, intelligence and other positions needed for stabilizing war-torn countries. Full Story

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