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US soldiers shift duties from Mideast to Haiti

They switch from combat mode to humanitarian aid

For Sergeant First Class Jason Jacot, the work he does to restore power to Haiti has a permanence unlike that in Iraq. For Sergeant First Class Jason Jacot, the work he does to restore power to Haiti has a permanence unlike that in Iraq. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / February 16, 2010

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Sergeant First Class Jason Jacot stood by the imposing iron gate of the headquarters of Joint Task Force Haiti, sweltering in temperatures near 100 degrees as he cradled an M-4 rifle across his body. (Full article: 905 words)

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