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Norwich Cadet Private Kevin Corpuz carries in the flag at 5 p.m. during the daily ritual.
Norwich Cadet Private Kevin Corpuz carries in the flag at 5 p.m. during the daily ritual. (Bill Greene / Globe Staff) Bill Greene / Globe Staff
 AUDIO SLIDESHOW: Lessons of War

'It's tough when you come back'

Effects of Iraq war test the spirit of a Vermont military academy

By Charles M. Sennott and Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / May 5, 2007

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Lessons of war have hit home especially hard at Norwich University, where two former students killed last month in Iraq were honored Thursday. Seventy-five students and recent alumni have served in Iraq; six have died. Many coming back from combat have struggled to resume the ordinary rhythms of campus life, and at least 16, not including the dead, have not returned. (Full article: 1328 words)

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