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September 10, 2013 9:54 PM

SC veterans talk U.S. involvement in Syria with Sept. 11 in mind

Five years ago on the anniversary of 9/11, James Smith was an S.C. Army National Guard captain fighting in Afghanistan. He was serving as an adviser to Afghan police patrolling the treacherous border with Pakistan – one of the world’s most dangerous jobs.

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