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Fast food offered to U.S. military
U.S. soldiers in Iraq spend hours—sometimes days—on patrol hunting insurgents and dodging roadside bombs. But when they get back to base, they can pick up a case of Dr. Pepper, buy the latest DVD and get a Pizza Hut meal back to the room to relax after a hard day at war. A soldiers life isn’t what it used to be. Commanders say providing a good quality of life is essential to keeping volunteer troops in the military. Having a chance to skip the mess hail ...
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