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Vol. 9, Issue 274 • Thursday, September 30, 2004
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Jazmyn Jack, 3, held hands with her father, Pfc. Derence Jack, after he took his group photo yesterday at Schofield Barracks with Echo Company, 100th Battalion. The first group of Iraq-bound Army reservists with the battalion leaves Saturday for training.
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