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Diane talks about military service and the war in Iraq with Iraq veterans, a military spouse and the producer of a recent radio documentary about military families.
- Maj. Paul Hackett U.S. Marine and Iraq veteran; ran for U.S. House seat from Ohio in a special election
- Jeanette Mulligan Wife of Army Sgt. Clinton Mulligan, Fort Bragg, NC
- John Biewen Producer of the radio documentary "Married to the Military"
- Lt. Col. David Poirier Retired, former active duty commander of the 720th Military Police Battalion
- Bill Carr Acting Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Military Personnel Policy
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