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Life in Iraq: For soldiers, dangers persist

Fewer troops are left, but American soldiers say Iraq remains a battleground, even if they are no longer kicking down Iraqi doors.

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Iraqi soldier kills 2 U.S. troops
Article | BAGHDAD - Two U.S. service members were killed and nine others were wounded when a Kurdish Iraqi soldier sprayed them with gunfire inside an Iraqi army commando base north of Baghdad on Tuesday afternoon, Iraqi and U.S. military officials said.
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Iraq conflict leaves officers weary and humbled
Article | The Iraq war has defined the careers of a generation of Army officers. How they make sense of their last seven years of war will profoundly affect how America wields military power over the next quarter-century.
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Dangers of war persist for soldiers left in Iraq
Article | FORWARD OPERATING BASE WARHORSE, IRAQ - Col. Malcolm Frost knew there would be questions. The official end to the U.S. combat mission in Iraq was approaching, but his soldiers, operating in two of Iraq's most dangerous provinces, would still be here.

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