AP – The first major reshaping of President Barack Obama’s national security team, including new chiefs at the Pentagon, CIA and Joint Chiefs of Staff, took a full year of planning, with a focus on finding people who could work well together during wartime, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Thursday.
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