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When ‘war got real’: WHS grad lives with the injuries, the losses from service in Iraq

Through Canines 4 Comfort, Army veteran of Iraq Keith Lee of Woodstock received a psychiatric service German shepherd. “Max and I do everything together,” Lee said. “He fits me like a glove.” (Independent photo by Tricia Carzoli)
For some, Memorial Day recollects the deep loss endured by those who have stood beside their brothers and sisters who were lost in combat as well as stateside. For others, […]
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