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War off radar, but troops still in harm’s way

BAGRAM AIR BASE, Afghanistan — Shortly after midnight on a frigid night, Capt. Nicholas Ingham arrived at the Bagram air base in the belly of an Air Force C-130. As the back door swung open, the heavily sedated Marine, strapped onto a stretcher, blinked away a tear.

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  • Headline: War off radar, but troops still in harm’s way
  • Publication: Front Section, Pages 3 on 03/09/2014
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