THE PENTAGON—Greg Jenson, a government contractor working on the Army staff, has yet to tell his coworkers, supervisors, or the ladies running the snack bar in his corridor that he is a retired colonel. Jenson retired from the Army after more than 30 years to spend time with his family, travel to non-third-world countries, and begin studying civil war battles in earnest. Sources close to Jenson say he turned down a promotion to brigadier general because he is a decent human being and was too adept at making decisions.
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