U.S. Army May Restrict Soldiers' Blogs Many U.S. soldiers in Iraq are publishing "milblogs" about daily life in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now, Defense Department officials say those blogs could aid the enemy. They've come out with a new directive that might restrict what military bloggers can put on the Internet.
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U.S. Army May Restrict Soldiers' Blogs

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U.S. Army May Restrict Soldiers' Blogs

U.S. Army May Restrict Soldiers' Blogs

U.S. Army May Restrict Soldiers' Blogs

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