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October 8, 2010 9:27 AM

The Army’s top fighters: More than 450 Soldiers clash in sixth annual U.S. Army Combatives Tournament

The field expanded by 30 percent to a record high at the sixth annual U.S. Army Combatives Tournament. Officials said the talent pool grew right along with it.

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