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    The Obama administration's decision to grant retirement to the top general of U.S. Africa Command is part of the internal jockeying that goes on among the military branches to win top war-fighting assignments and was not related to the terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, a well-placed military source told The Washington Times.

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    Terror collaboration in Africa worries U.S. general

    The general responsible for U.S. military operations in Africa said Wednesday he is worried that three terrorist groups based on the continent are attempting to share training and collaborate in other ways in pursuit of their goal of attacking the United States and other foreign targets.

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  • "When questioned about this process today," the subcommittee said, "Gen. Ham, the combatant commander responsible for one of the most volatile threat environments in the world, stated that neither he nor anyone working for him was consulted as part of the Brennan 9/11 planning process."

    Lawmakers: No 'stand down' order given in Benghazi attack →

  • U.S. Army Gen. Carter F. Ham, head of the military's Africa Command, recently told the McClatchy news service: "I believe there are individuals who participated in the attacks in Benghazi who had at least some affiliation with AQIM.

    Still seeking Benghazi answers, Senate panel to quiz Panetta →

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