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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Rumsfeld orders air land marine units to Gulf Sunday January 12 2003 HERALDZEIJUNG Page 7 A BY ROBERT BURNS AP Military Writer WASHINGTON AP Defense Secretary Donald H Rumsfeld has ordered about more troops to head for the Persian Gulf region in coming days dou bling the size of the force now arrayed on the periphery of Iraq two senior officials said Saturday The movements make clear that the Pentagon intends to have sufficient force in place for an Iraq war as early as the first weeks of February although the White House says President Bush has not yet decided to attack Just hours after officials disclosed on Friday that Rumsfeld had ordered nearly troops including two large Marine units to ship out for a possible war with Iraq the defense secretary signed another order to deploy more troops mainly Army and Air Force combat units One senior official with ac cess to the deployment orders said the units designated for deployment in the latest order include a squadron of Air Force F117 stealth fight erbombers The F117s based at Holloman Air Force Base played a key role in the 1991 Gulf War The order also includes thousands of Marines and an Army airborne infantry bri gade the official said The New York Times reported on its Web site Saturday that two squadrons of F16CJ radarjamming fighters also are included The troops actual depar ture for the potential war zone will be spread out over the rest of January Central Command the headquarters that would run any war against Iraq has begun dispatching its battle staff to a command post in Qatar and it is expected to be operational near the end of January The Navy has two aircraft carriers within striking dis tance of Iraq plus two others ready to join them on short notice A fifth carrier the USS Kitty Hawk has re ceived an order to prepare to deploy to the Gulf region from its homeport in Japan Navy officials 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