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Pentagon Defends Iraq Planning After Soldiers' Questions

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Pentagon Defends Iraq Planning After Soldiers' Questions

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Pentagon Defends Iraq Planning After Soldiers' Questions

Pentagon Defends Iraq Planning After Soldiers' Questions

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After troops bound for Iraq asked Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld pointed questions about armor shortages, Pentagon spokesman Lawrence DiRita defended the military's handling of the problem. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.

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