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Duty in Iraq
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The Soldiers of Ward 57
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The War After the War: Soldiers' battle shifts from desert sands to hospital linoleum.
Moving Forward, a Step at a Time: After Iraq, wounded soldiers try out new limbs and new lives.

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Injured U.S. Marines describe their roles and experiences in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Photo Gallery: Three soldiers, now amputees after returning from Iraq, show strength while recuperating in Ward 57.

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E-mails and letters written to family and friends by U.S. soldiers who were killed in Iraq.



U.S. Fatalities: Faces of the Fallen

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Enrollment in ROTC Down 16 Percent
Nationwide enrollment has slipped over the past two years, leaving the program, which commissions more than six of every 10 new Army officers each year, with its fewest participants in nearly a decade.

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