Ann Hagedorn

author, 'The Invisible Soldiers'

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Author of The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security

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After 13 years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, plans call for reducing the size of the US Army.

What's Next for the US Army?

After 13 years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, plans call for reducing the size of the US Army.

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