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Debbie Warne
Debbie Warne • 2 years ago

Combat Paper: finding new life in the garments of war-For many military veterans, it can take years, even decades, to deal with the emotional trauma incurred during their service. A new program is helping them put their experiences into words and down on paper. Not just any paper - these sheets are made from their old military fatigues.

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