Iraq: A Respite from War

February 2004
Soldiers;Feb2004, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p10
Examines the quality of life of soldiers who are supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Challenges faced by soldiers each day as they perform their mission in Iraq; Description of some of improvements that have helped the soldiers relax once they come off duty; Establishment of several different locations where division soldiers can go to relax from a couple of days.


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