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Maj. Gen. Harold Greene: Quiet American hero  

Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene was unknown outside the U.S. Army until his murder in Afghanistan on Tuesday at the age of 55. And his low-key, friendly style and technical specializations meant that during his lifetime he was not even […]

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Maj. Gen. Harold Greene: Quiet American hero  

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Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene was unknown outside the U.S. Army until his murder in Afghanistan on Tuesday at the age of 55. And his low-key, friendly style and technical specializations meant that during his lifetime he was not even […]

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