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Bush Plan Would Reduce Troops in Europe, Asia

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Bush Plan Would Reduce Troops in Europe, Asia

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Bush Plan Would Reduce Troops in Europe, Asia

Bush Plan Would Reduce Troops in Europe, Asia

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President Bush announces a plan to shift up to 70,000 U.S. military personnel stationed in Europe and Asia in an effort to create a more agile and responsive military. They will be based elsewhere, including the United States. The move does not effect those currently stationed in Iraq. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

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