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U.S. soldiers killed in Niger had little to no combat experience, records show

Military records show the U.S. soldiers killed in Niger had little to no combat experience. Pentagon officials plan to brief the House and Senate Armed Services Committees Thursday. Lawmakers want to know how Sgt. La David Johnson was separated from the unit, and if he was alive when the wounded soldiers were evacuated. Margaret Brennan reports.

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