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Iraq survival guide online, but not public. Print may be coming?

Iraq survival guide now online, by Gina Cavallaro, Army Times (Jan 30, 2007)

According to this story:

[A]n electronic version of a new handbook for soldiers on how to survive their first 100 days in Iraq can be seen online.

Deploying soldiers are encouraged to log in with their Army Knowledge Online passwords to the Center for Army Lessons Learned at http://call.army.mil and review the guidelines gleaned from more than 1,700 soldiers who responded to a survey six months ago.

A paper version for basic trainees was supposed to be issued by January, but has been held up at the Government Printing Office until sometime in February.

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