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Traveling to a War Zone

From: Adam Allington
Series: Front Line: Missouri Soldiers in Iraq
Length: 03:24

Traveling from St. Louis to Baghdad with the U.S. Army Read the full description.

Adam1_small Host: In case you're wondering how long it takes to get from St. Louis to Iraq, reporter Adam Allington has the answer: about 40 hours. Adam is imbedded with a company of Army Reservists from Missouri. He arrived in Baghdad after flying with U.S. soldiers returning from R&R. Along the way he kept his tape recorder running.

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Host: In case you're wondering how long it takes to get from St. Louis to Iraq, reporter Adam Allington has the answer: about 40 hours. Adam is imbedded with a company of Army Reservists from Missouri. He arrived in Baghdad after flying with U.S. soldiers returning from R&R. Along the way he kept his tape recorder running.

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