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"The Other U.S. Military" (Defense, May 31, 2004)


Because of an editing error, "The other U.S. military" (Defense, May 31) erroneously described one of the civilians cited in a military report on conditions at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq as an "interrogator-for-hire" employed by Titan Corp. (TTN). Titan says the person in question, whom the report by Major General Antonio M. Taguba listed as "a civilian interpreter" but identified as an employee of CACI International Inc., in fact worked for a Titan subcontractor. Titan maintains that the only service it provides in Iraq is translating or transcribing.

"Can Nokia get the wow back?" (European Business, May 31), incorrectly identified an analyst at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein in London. His name is Per Lindberg.


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