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U.S. Soldiers Prepped for Guerrilla Attacks in Iraq

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U.S. Soldiers Prepped for Guerrilla Attacks in Iraq

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U.S. Soldiers Prepped for Guerrilla Attacks in Iraq

U.S. Soldiers Prepped for Guerrilla Attacks in Iraq

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The war in Iraq and its aftermath are influencing the way the U.S. Army trains for combat. The military is working on formal lessons learned from the more intense combat phase of the war, and commanders whose troops may head to Iraq are starting to tailor their training to prepare for potential guerrilla attacks, car bombs and snipers. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt.

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