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A life shaped by roles on stage and in combat

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By Joel Brown
Globe Correspondent / October 5, 2010

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CAMBRIDGE — Ed Walsh is blond and angular, like comedian Denis Leary, and speaks in a similar staccato rhythm. But his delivery slows as he talks about his worst day in Iraq: May 6, 2006. The Marine combat engineer’s Humvee was following an Army team removing improvised explosive devices south of Fallujah. The Army missed one. (Full article: 1165 words)

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