Fort Lewis Families Patiently Await Iraq Decision President Bush says he won't be rushed in announcing a new strategy for winning in Iraq. Service members and families at Fort Lewis, a military community in Washington state, say they'll handle whatever that new strategy entails, even if it means more time and more troops in Iraq.
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Fort Lewis Families Patiently Await Iraq Decision

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Fort Lewis Families Patiently Await Iraq Decision

Fort Lewis Families Patiently Await Iraq Decision

Fort Lewis Families Patiently Await Iraq Decision

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President Bush says he won't be rushed in announcing a new strategy for winning in Iraq. Some advisers want him to raise troop levels as a way to regain momentum in the war.

Service members and families at Fort Lewis, a military community in Washington state, say they'll handle whatever that new strategy entails, even if it means more time and more troops in Iraq.