February 26, 2004 NPR's Michele Norris talks with Connie Neall, a private in the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division. She was injured by a piece of shrapnel from a roadside bomb in January. She still has a scar and returned to her home in South Dakota for a month. She returns to duty at Fort Campbell, Ky., Thursday. This is the first in a series of interviews that All Things Considered will conduct with soldiers who are returning from Iraq.
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July 15, 2003 The commander of the Third Infantry Division has sent an e-mail to Army spouses indicating it will be several more months before their soldier husbands and wives come home from Iraq. They had been expecting to see their spouses sometime within the next six weeks. NPR's Melissa Block talks with Tanya Williams, the wife of a soldier from Fort Stewart, Ga.
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