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Topic - Matthew Ingold
Creeping through the hilly, wooded terrain, the squad of Marines spotted something across the river. It looked like three men having a picnic.
"Good decisions and poor decisions can impact the overall strategic mission on a national policy level," he said.
Capt. Ingold said that doing what you think is right can come with a cost, especially in a war zone.