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October 08, 2014
Steve Parker, a former Marine who now makes accessories for firearms, is seen holding his KRISS Vector...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
Steve Parker, a former Marine who now makes accessories for firearms, is seen in his home office in Fayetteville...
Steve Parker, a former Marine who now makes accessories for firearms, is seen holding his KRISS Vector submachine gun in his home office in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 26, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT MILITARY BUSINESS)
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