November 09 2010
The deployments to Iraq of U.S. Army troops will remain at 12 months despite the planned withdrawal by January 2012, the Army Times reports, citing the deputy commander for operations for U.S. forces in Iraq.
"What we're telling all units is to plan on a 12-month rotation over there and I think that's prudent," Lt. Gen. Robert Cone told reporters on Monday.
Army Gen. Ray Odierno, the former top commander in Iraq, previously mentioned the possibility of cutting back to...
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