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Seth Babcock, Courtney Smith, and Ashley Burris at the <i>Military Brats</i> editorial meeting.
Seth Babcock, Courtney Smith, and Ashley Burris at the Military Brats editorial meeting.

A magazine for "military brats"

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There are more than a million children with parents in the military. These families on average move on average every three years, compared to every five and a half years for civilian families. Military children also have to deal with their parents' long absences in often war-torn places like Iraq or Afghanistan. An Army family in Watertown is trying to reach out to so-called "military brats" with a new magazine that's written for kids by kids. David Sommerstein reports.

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Seth Babcock, Watertown, transcribes an interview.

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