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Op-Ed: Midnight Meals Are Key To Military Morale

Jun 3, 2013 (Talk of the Nation) — Midnight dinner service will be canceled at Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan in June. Officials say it's part of the drawdown process, and though it might not sound like a big deal, former U.S. Army paratrooper David Brown says Marines at Camp Leatherneck stand to lose more than just food.

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Read David Brown's Atlantic piece "How Meals Win Wars."

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