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Dead Soldier's Sisters Weigh Return to Iraq Duty

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Dead Soldier's Sisters Weigh Return to Iraq Duty

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Last week, Michelle Witmer was killed in Baghdad, becoming the first woman in the history of the Wisconsin National Guard to die in combat. Witmer's two sisters also serve in Iraq. After the funeral, they face a decision: return to Iraq or complete their tour of duty elsewhere. Wisconsin Public Radio's Brian Bull reports.

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