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Anthony Circosta, a combat medic in Iraq, was promoted to first lieutenant and awarded a Bronze Star. Anthony Circosta, a combat medic in Iraq, was promoted to first lieutenant and awarded a Bronze Star. (Nathan K. Martin/associated press)
By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / January 2, 2008

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Anthony Circosta, a decorated Iraq War veteran from Agawam, needed a gun permit in Massachusetts to get a promotion at his security guard job and to pursue a possible career as a police officer. But first he needed to have his record cleared of a childhood felony - shooting a classmate in the shoulder with a BB gun when he ... (Full article: 1137 words)

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