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NEWS | Aug. 4, 2015

Double Eagle - 08.04.2015

COVER STORY: A local Missouri resident receives free dental care in a mobile dental facility at Sikeston Junior High School. U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers, U.S. Navy Reserve Sailors and their active duty counterparts, came together for Innovative Readiness Training Bootheel, a humanitarian mission serving the communities of Sikeston, Dexter, and Malden, Mo., July 10-24. (Photo by Brian Godette/U.S. Army Reserve)

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