Army Eyes Changes to Iraqi Training Mission After Internal Review Finds Flaws (Updated)

By Sebastian Sprenger / December 14, 2007 at 5:00 AM
The Army is considering a major reform to the way its soldiers train foreign security forces, including the Iraqi army, after a small team of ground service officials this fall found what it said were significant flaws in the current process, according to sources and documents. Officials in the office of Army Lt. Gen. James Thurman, the ground service's deputy chief of staff for operations and plans (G3), are advancing a proposal through the service's senior ranks that would make...

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