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His next mission: finding civilian work

Decorated special operations sergeant faces uncertain future

Tailor Kwok Hung Ng fitted Robert Hornbrook as Bruins player Mark Stuart stood by at Saks. Tailor Kwok Hung Ng fitted Robert Hornbrook as Bruins player Mark Stuart stood by at Saks. (Bill Greene/ Globe Staff)
By David Filipov
Globe Staff / November 11, 2009

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QUINCY - Sergeant First Class Robert Hornbrook of the Special Forces excels at many things. He can kick in doors and jump out of planes, roust insurgents, and rescue hostages. He knows how to survive capture, torture, the jungle, and the desert. He hits what he shoots at. He is an acknowledged leader among elite warriors, with a Bronze Star, ... (Full article: 1197 words)

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