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Topic - Sonja Parks
Troops serving in Afghanistan go for months without the comforts of home and seeing loved ones regularly -- something that can be felt more deeply on Mother's Day.
Air Force Tech Sgt. Sonja Parks said she's missed multiple Mother's Days in her more than 12 years as an Air Force medic, but it doesn't make being away from her daughters any easier.