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Marine Corps to reassess how it prepares troops for life after war

By MARK WALKER - [email protected] North County Times - Californian | Posted: Saturday, November 27, 2010 9:00 pm

Each year, Dan Clouse oversees the about-face of nearly 7,000 Camp Pendleton Marines, trying to turn legions of men and women who've been at war for years into regular citizens ready to go to work in the civilian world.

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