In a story May 17 about Russian soldiers training at Fort Carson, Colo., The Associated Press, relying on information from a U.S. Army spokesman, erroneously reported that it was believed to be the first time Russian soldiers had trained on U.S. soil. Russian troops trained at Fort Riley, Kan., in 1995.
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