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Marines speak to kin from Iraq

Danielle Sabourin of Bellingham reacted to her husband as he spoke with host Jimmy Myers from Camp Baharia in Fallujah, Iraq.
By Emma G. Fitzsimmons
Globe Correspondent / June 17, 2006

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Sergeant Mark Sabourin never knows what to expect as a radio supervisor for the Marines in the deserts of Fallujah, except the relentless heat and the possibility of attack. His unit trains Iraqi security forces, and clashes with insurgents are frequent. They lost a member in a suicide bombing last month. Surprises are usually unwelcome in Sabourin's wartime life. (Full article: 585 words)

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