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Hockey In Iraq

from the Duluth News-Tribune,
One night recently, just after dusk, a convoy of Humvees came to an abrupt halt as it was leaving the Camp Warhorse military base in Iraq. A soldier in the passenger seat of the lead vehicle climbed out, camera in hand, and stared, agape, at the silhouettes of seven figures gliding in skates atop a large concrete slab. "Hey guys, can you believe this?" he yelled to his fellow soldiers inside the Humvee, just before snapping a few photos and driving off. "Hockey in Iraq. Now I've seen everything."

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