Here's your Sunday round-up:-- Time has made a great pick for its 2003 "Person of the Year": the American soldier.-- New-fangled Stryker armored vehicles and satellite-guided JDAM bombs are among the advanced weaponry that the U.S. military has brought to South Korea, the L.A. Times reports.-- Employers and parents are increasingly using the GPS chips in cell phones to keep tabs on their workers and kids, notes the New York Times.
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