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GIs in Iraq Learn Fights Often on Schedule

As U.S. and Iraqi troops marched through alleyways and families retreated indoors, Army Capt. Joe Claburn glanced at his watch and predicted exactly how long it would take for insurgents to attack. “Within 15 minutes the spotters usually come out and they’ll identify your position,” Claburn said at the start of a patrol in this troubled Iraqi city, explaining that guerrillas were probably maneuvering unseen in the surrounding villas. Full Story

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