A Conversation with a Soldier in Iraq As part of a series of conversations with soldiers stationed in Iraq, NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sgt. Phillip Riley about this week's announcement that troops will be staying on longer tours of duty.
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A Conversation with a Soldier in Iraq

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A Conversation with a Soldier in Iraq

A Conversation with a Soldier in Iraq

A Conversation with a Soldier in Iraq

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As part of a series of conversations with soldiers stationed in Iraq, NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sgt. Phillip Riley about this week's announcement that troops will be staying on longer tours of duty.

Sgt. Phillip Riley, an M-1A1 tank gunner with the 3rd Infantry Division, is based outside of Fallujah. Charlie Mayer, NPR News hide caption

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