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"Plus, I have voice mails to play for myself and our son so we can hear his voice anytime we want," said Mrs. Bennett, 26, of Bremerton, Wash.
"Only a few weeks before that, we were told we were not going to deploy early. [I felt] shock, hurt, indescribable emotions," Mrs. Bennett, a tax preparer, told The Washington Times. "Disbelief and anger."