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  • Text: : watching movies, internet cafes, listening to music, video games, pranks, working out. -Making use of the limited things available. -Being part of the supplies crew he was able to direct exercise supplies to further remote bases with less options. -Family
Owens, Philip James (Interview outline and video), 2015

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  • Text: of card games for entertainment; also played music, lots of boom boxes; wrote letters  Goldrick really encouraged his men to write so they could keep up communication with those back home  They received letters regularly  Their First Sergeant
Goldrick, Martin (Interview outline and video), 2009

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  • Text: slept and listened to classical music to drown out the aircraft noise -Able to Skype his family once a week -Chance to let them know that he was okay and how life was in Iraq (00:52:19) Returning to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point -Left Iraq
Mol, Jacob (Interview outline and video), 2015

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  • Text: that hole and put two stitches in each side so it would grow over. Then they put me in the ward and I laid flat on my back there for thirty some days. They had sand bags on both sides of my head and I never got so sick of Hawaiian music in all of my life. 39
Austin, Robert (Interview transcript and video), 2008

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  • Text: could go into town. I went to Memphis a lot of times, just to see it. It was some place I had never been before. (00:20:02) Interviewer: Okay. I mean, did you go listen to music or…? Veteran: Sometimes I’d go to the bar, just like anybody else
Thrasher, David (Interview transcript and video), 2018