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August 9, 2010 12:23 PM

When troops' belongings stolen, North Carolina comes to the rescue

Army Maj. Jeff Leopold packed photos of family, uniforms, and his faithful iPod, dropping everything into a Milvan headed for Afghanistan. The Milvan was shipped three months ago, so it would be waiting for the troops. Yet two weeks ago, when they went to get their stuff at Bagram Air Base, the box had been cleaned out. Everything had been stolen.

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