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Andy Wilson drove 12 hours to Jesup, Ga., for the funeral of fallen comrade Dominic R. Coles. Wilson offered an impromptu eulogy, then stood on the periphery as an honor guard fired a salute, played taps, and folded the flag draping the coffin.
Part three | The war after the war

A 'select club' struggles on

By Thomas Farragher
Globe Staff / October 31, 2006

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He had a head full of reasons to bid good riddance to 2005 and so, on New Year's morning, Andy Wilson embraced the cold Midwest dawn. (Full article: 2660 words)

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