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Soldiers & Veterans

Call to Duty: An innovative food pantry on the Upper West Side.

Detoxing the Past: Rick Randig was against the war before he was sent to Vietnam as a medical corpsman working in a heroin detox unit. After serving, he was even more against it.

Family Matters: Captain Walsh serves in Baghdad, while his wife cares for their three-year-old son.

Military Parents: Profiles of mothers and fathers whose children are serving in Iraq.

Postcard from Iraq: New York Voices does a tour of duty with Lt. Terrence McCartney, a police officer who left his beat on the city streets to train Iraqi cops in Baghdad.

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