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US Marines Scheduled To Redeploy To Afghanistan

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News video: US Marines Scheduled To Redeploy To AfghanistanWashington (CNN)Approximately 300 Marines will deploy to Afghanistan's Helmand Province this spring, returning to the scene of some of the fiercest battles in America's 15-year-long engagement there. Robert Neller, said Thursday that the troops have "no delusions about the difficulty and the challenges they're going to face." Roger Turner Jr.

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