Soldier Claims U.S. Military Deceived Him into Serving A soldier, who came out of retirement because he wanted to serve in Iraq for just a year, will be heading back to the war zone on Friday for a second tour. Specialist David Qualls filed for a temporary restraining order, claiming the military deceived him into serving again. A U.S. District Court Judge has denied his request. NPR's Luke Burbank reports.
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Soldier Claims U.S. Military Deceived Him into Serving

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Soldier Claims U.S. Military Deceived Him into Serving

Soldier Claims U.S. Military Deceived Him into Serving

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A soldier, who came out of retirement because he wanted to serve in Iraq for just a year, will be heading back to the war zone on Friday for a second tour. Specialist David Qualls filed for a temporary restraining order, claiming the military deceived him into serving again. A U.S. District Court Judge has denied his request. NPR's Luke Burbank reports.