'Morning Edition' Returns: GIs, Phone Home (for Free) Two kids from Massachusetts are helping American troops in war zones call home for free -- something the military doesn't do. Robbie Bergquist, 12, and Brittany Bergquist, 14, have sent $250,000 worth of prepaid calling cards to GIs in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait.
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'Morning Edition' Returns: GIs, Phone Home (for Free)

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'Morning Edition' Returns: GIs, Phone Home (for Free)

'Morning Edition' Returns: GIs, Phone Home (for Free)

'Morning Edition' Returns: GIs, Phone Home (for Free)

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Two kids from Massachusetts are helping American troops in war zones call home for free — something the military doesn't do. Robbie Bergquist, 12, and Brittany Bergquist, 14, have sent $250,000 worth of prepaid calling cards to GIs in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait.