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Vet Paints Positive Picture of Iraq Service

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Vet Paints Positive Picture of Iraq Service

Vet Paints Positive Picture of Iraq Service

Vet Paints Positive Picture of Iraq Service

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Some troops are able to lead surprisingly normal lives in war zones — like Alexia Cain, a specialist in the U.S. Army. In August, she returned from serving in northern Iraq where she helped organize supply deliveries.

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