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Talks to WTCM-FM reporters in Traverse City, Mich., about his responsibilities in Iraq, the progress he has seen since beginning this tour, Iraqi citizens becoming involved in their own security, civilians being able to lead a more normal life, the effect of negative political commentary on the morale of the troops, the support the troops receive from home and supporting families at home who have Soldiers serving downrange and being able to keep in touch with family.



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This work, Col. Shanahan, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.24.2007

Date Posted:09.25.2007

Category:Interviews

Audio ID:19855

Length:00:16:02

Filename:0709/DOD_100008750.mp3

Location:TAJI, IQGlobe

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