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A Few Unforeseen Things

PUBLISHED: October 30, 2008

Our Fall 2008 issue features a portfolio of work on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, looking specifically at their effects on the home front. One of those articles is Elliott Woods’ “A Few Unforeseen Things,” a story about the 2004 Mosul chow hall bombing and how it affected those left behind. With the article we include four videos that Elliott made of the subjects of the article, some of which are a little hard to watch, but all of which are well worth watching.

Here the Mason family, of King George, VA, talks about coping with the death their son, Nick, in the bombing:

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