Soldiers Set Up Makeshift Tattoo Parlor in Baghdad Getting a tattoo has long been a rite of passage in the military. In Baghdad, two American National Guardsmen decide to bring body art to their fellow soldiers. Kristian Foden-Vencil of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports.
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Soldiers Set Up Makeshift Tattoo Parlor in Baghdad

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Soldiers Set Up Makeshift Tattoo Parlor in Baghdad

Soldiers Set Up Makeshift Tattoo Parlor in Baghdad

Soldiers Set Up Makeshift Tattoo Parlor in Baghdad

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Getting a tattoo has long been a rite of passage in the military. In Baghdad, two American National Guardsmen decide to bring body art to their fellow soldiers. Kristian Foden-Vencil of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports.