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Specialized U.S. troops setting up mobile labs in Africa to test for Ebola are likely to come into contact with the deadly virus, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
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U.S. troops already have set up three mobile labs, and there are plans to set up four more.

The Pentagon said the troops are highly trained and that those working in the laboratories will wear protective suits. They will also receive pre-deployment training and be constantly monitored, Army Gen. David Rodriguez, commander of U.S. Africa Command, said at a Pentagon briefing.

“I am confident that we can ensure our service members’ safety and the safety of their families and the American people,” he said.