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Marine saw death often in Iraq duty

By Maria Cramer and Adam Jadhav
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / August 16, 2005

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Daniel B. Cotnoir helped take down the charred bodies of four American civilians hanging from a bridge in Fallujah, Iraq, so they could receive a proper funeral. Later, he handed an Iraqi man two bags holding the remains of his wife and 4-year-old daughter who were killed in a car accident with an American fuel truck. Throughout his seven-month tour ... (Full article: 1116 words)

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