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Adjusting to Civilian Life after Iraq

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Adjusting to Civilian Life after Iraq

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Adjusting to Civilian Life after Iraq

Adjusting to Civilian Life after Iraq

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NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Chief Warrant Officer Drew Hammond and his wife, Amber, in the last of a three-part "visit" with the couple. Drew returned from a long stint in Iraq and is now adjusting to life back home. The two met on July 4, 2001, married one month later, and in the last three years have been together only six months.