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New Pentagon Program to Set Up Secret Spy Groups

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New Pentagon Program to Set Up Secret Spy Groups

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New Pentagon Program to Set Up Secret Spy Groups

New Pentagon Program to Set Up Secret Spy Groups

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A new Pentagon program will set up secret intelligence teams to work alongside U.S. military forces on counter terrorism missions. The new units, called "strategic support teams," will take the Pentagon further into intelligence activities that previously were the CIA's territory.

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