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That is really too much for words. I'll never forget the first time I saw the procession of eight caskets across the flight line a Bagram air base in Afghanistan. It is truly gut-wrenching. I am thankful that I am able to work in relatively safe conditions when I am over there. I am an AF weapons loader for the F-15E Strike Eagle so I never have to go outside the wire.
 

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My son did this for a living for three tours with the 82nd Airborne as a Staff Sgt. combat squad leader. One tour in Afghanistan, and two in Iraq. The last one in Iraq was the push thru Baghdad house to house. I am truly thankful that he not only survived, but got out of the Army in one piece.
 
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