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A U.S. Special Forces supervisor trains Iraqi soldiers in an advanced combat class near Baqubah on Monday. A group of about 60 Iraqi army soldiers began their first day of training with Iraqi instructors and American supervisors, as part of three intense weeks of weapons training, urban anti-insurgency tactics and physical endurance tests. Some people have suggested that the U.S. scale back its forces and concentrate on training Iraqis and on other core missions, an idea an Iraqi senior official called "fuzzy thinking."
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