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Amid Iraq Chaos, Voices of Military Chorale Echo

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Amid Iraq Chaos, Voices of Military Chorale Echo

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Amid Iraq Chaos, Voices of Military Chorale Echo

Amid Iraq Chaos, Voices of Military Chorale Echo

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Over the past year, the Hard Corps Chorale, an ensemble of about 30 servicemen from almost every branch of the military, has been performing in and around Baghdad — including in one of Saddam Hussein's former palaces. Maj. Jim Haase, a Marine reservist who started the group, speaks with NPR's Renee Montagne.