Making Sense Of The Election From Baghdad While his family was at home watching the U.S. election results, Capt. Nate Rawlings was watching CNN on a military base in Iraq. He discusses his experience and his soldiers' reactions to Barack Obama's victory.
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Making Sense Of The Election From Baghdad

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Making Sense Of The Election From Baghdad

Making Sense Of The Election From Baghdad

Making Sense Of The Election From Baghdad

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Capt. Rawlings Takes Questions

Capt. Nate Rawlings watches the election results come in with his soldiers on a base in Baghdad. Courtesy Capt. Nate Rawlings hide caption

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Capt. Nate Rawlings watches the election results come in with his soldiers on a base in Baghdad.

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Making Iraqi Friends And Connecting With Family