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Rank and File Vernon Loeb Washington Post Pentagon correspondent writes a Web-only column about the U.S. military every other Monday.
 Behind the Supply Lines, Airlift Pilots Sustain Troops in Iraq (washingtonpost.com, 11/5/03)
Bomb Kills 25 at Funeral in Northern Iraq
BAGHDAD, May 1 -- A suicide car bomber drove into a gathering of mourners at a funeral for a slain political leader Sunday in northern Iraq, killing 25 people and wounding at least 30, a provincial official said.

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