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Oklahomans to help train Iraqi police

ENID, Okla. (AP) -- Two law enforcement officers from northern Oklahoma are preparing for a mission to Iraq where they'll be training a national police force.

Garfield County Sheriff's Deputy George Dillman and Garber Police Chief Troy Bush are training for the International Police Mission.

The two began their training last month in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and have since been transferred to Fort Bliss in Texas.

Dillman and Bush will be traveling to Iraq with DynCorp International and have already been validated by the Army. They can't say when they'll be leaving.
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