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January 13, 1994 | RICHARD BOUDREAUX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Army Lt. Alexander Maly, a 22-year-old platoon commander, is about to benefit from the Clinton Administration's multibillion-dollar effort to reform Russia. As far as Maly's concerned, it's about time. After two years in a cramped dormitory, the lieutenant is No. 36 on a waiting list for the 128 free apartments in a twin-tower high-rise, one of six housing projects being built with U.S. aid for officers slated to be discharged from Russia's shrinking army.
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January 13, 1994 | RICHARD BOUDREAUX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Army Lt. Alexander Maly, a 22-year-old platoon commander, is about to benefit from the Clinton Administration's multibillion-dollar effort to reform Russia. As far as Maly's concerned, it's about time. After two years in a cramped dormitory, the lieutenant is No. 36 on a waiting list for the 128 free apartments in a twin-tower high-rise, one of six housing projects being built with U.S. aid for officers slated to be discharged from Russia's shrinking army.
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