Iraq Conflict Draws More Low-Income Enlistees Students at a high school in the working-class town of Brentwood, N.Y., reflect on enlisting in the military in a time of ongoing conflicts. Teachers and students at the school know several graduates who have not returned from combat zones. Hear reporter Jessie Graham.
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Iraq Conflict Draws More Low-Income Enlistees

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Iraq Conflict Draws More Low-Income Enlistees

Iraq Conflict Draws More Low-Income Enlistees

Iraq Conflict Draws More Low-Income Enlistees

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Students at a high school in the working-class town of Brentwood, N.Y., reflect on enlisting in the military in a time of ongoing conflicts. Teachers and students at the school know several graduates who have not returned from combat zones. Hear reporter Jessie Graham.