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Combat veterans find solace in hunting

from USA Today

They cleared roads for troops in Afghanistan until a year ago. Head on a swivel. Inspect every groove in the dirt road. Study every rock. Bomb hunters, they called themselves. Such was the job's importance and risk that regular Army guys called the Reserves in the 402nd Engineer Company of Des Moines, Iowa, something else: "Rock stars," said Patrick Perkins. Perkins recently sat on a pickup truck gate, guzzling a huge can of Monster energy drink. Nick Mason, his brother in arms with the U.S. Army Reserves, put in a big chew of tobacco. They painted their faces and put on camouflage gear. This time, they were hunting deer, not bombs. more


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