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Among countless stands of car manufacturers, software developers and engineering universities at Cologne's video games convention, the sight of fatigue-clad soldiers manning the German military's brightly lit stall draws in the curious. With a stand boasting a helicopter simulator and ultrafast games, the Bundeswehr, Germany's army, has turned to the Gamescom fair in its bid to recruit computer-savvy potential soldiers.However, the military personnel were careful to spell out the difference between the reality of life in the ranks and violent military-based video games.Since Germany ended conscription in 2011, the military must now recruit pro-actively.
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