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U.S. Military Weighs More Troops for Iraq
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U.S. Military Weighs More Troops for Iraq

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U.S. Military Weighs More Troops for Iraq

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The worsening security situation in Iraq has prompted U.S. military commanders to prepare contingency plans for sending additional troops to the country. U.S. commanders have not requested additional forces, but they are considering whether more troops trained in rapid-response techniques are needed. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.

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