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Unformatted text preview: a current illness. It kept giving trouble to the veterans since World War I, World War II and Vietnam War. Annotation 3 Black Miller, a U.S. Marine, fought in the relentless battle of Fallujah ( 2004 ). During a brief lull in fighting, Miller took a smoke break. Millers face was smeared with soot and sand and blood and war paint, none of which could camouflage his bewilderment and exhaustion. A photographer from The Los Angeles Times, attached to Win 2 his unit to record their progress, captured the battle-weary Marine with a cigarette dangling from his mouth. The image was soon plastered all over the news, appearing in more than 150 publications worldwide and earned him the name Marlboro Man. This cited text reflects the actual images of veteran who served or are currently serving in fields around the world. It shows us that how veterans were trying really hard to serve for their country and the people....
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