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WASHINGTON – Unprecedented strains on the nation’s all-volunteer military are threatening the health and readiness of troops as U.S. soldiers commit suicide at record levels, young officers abandon their military careers, and the heavy use of forces in Iraq has made it harder for the military to fight conflicts that could arise elsewhere.  For more details, click here and return back to comment.

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