Ann Scott Tyson

Pentagon Correspondent, Washington Post

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Pentagon correspondent for the Washington Post

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President Obama is considering a  request for 40,000 more troops  in Afghanistan, beyond the  21,000 he ordered  in March.

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President Obama is considering a request for 40,000 more troops in Afghanistan, beyond the 21,000 he ordered in March.

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