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Serving Overseas and Feeling Alone Out There
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Serving Overseas and Feeling Alone Out There

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Serving Overseas and Feeling Alone Out There

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From the vantage point of one military wife, whose husband is stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C., those serving overseas are feeling increasingly alienated. And the feeling is stronger during the holiday season. Commentator Rebekah Sanderlin writes a blog that appears in the Fayetteville Observer.

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