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Talks to a Willits News reporter in Willits, Calif., about the living conditions for Soldiers in Iraq, compares the current situation in Iraq to those of his previous deployments, his involvement in an enemy attack and retaliation, how they will celebrate Christmas, decreased al-Qaida activity since his arrival, things the troops need sent to them, improvements he has seen in Iraqi civilian life, various programs benefiting the Iraqis, the strengthening Iraqi infrastructure, when he expects to return home,



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This work, Cpl. Bliss, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.19.2007

Date Posted:12.19.2007

Category:Interviews

Audio ID:20369

Length:00:15:10

Filename:0712/DOD_100012674.mp3

Location:BAGHDAD, IQGlobe

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