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February 4, 2014 8:54 AM

Army probes allegations of fraud by recruiters and others in enlistment referral program

Army criminal investigators are probing allegations that hundreds of National Guard recruiters and others with ties to the military abused an enlistment referral program established at the height of the Iraq war, officials disclosed Monday, describing a massive racket that appears to have gone undetected for years.

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