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I look back out the window, pressing my face against glass in an effort to blend memories with the here and now . . . memories of running the gauntlet of Iraqi highways and byways below. The roads are the front lines, and they cut through the heart of an irregular, murderous battlefield. That is the dusty, monotonous, and adrenaline pumping truth of convoying in Iraq.
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