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Marines Conduct War Games to Predict Iraqi Response

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Marines Conduct War Games to Predict Iraqi Response

Marines Conduct War Games to Predict Iraqi Response

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In Kuwait, the First Marine Division prepares for a possible invasion of Iraq by playing a war game to try to learn the preferred tactics, personalities and weaknesses of Iraq's regional commanders and to predict the Iraqi military's response to an attack. NPR's John Burnett reports.

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