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ToFLCand back,Iraq in between

The armored vehicle that Fort Lewis College student Andrew Mangold drove in Iraq was specially designed with a “V” shaped hull to deflect explosive forces. The arching bar in the front deflects low-hanging power lines, common in most Iraqi cities, but is ineffective when reversing, Mangold learned the hard way.
The convoys Andrew Mangold drove in while in Iraq varied from as short as six vehicles to as long as two miles. The convoys were completely self-sufficient and would not stop along the way. Though the long trips were grueling, Mangold said he loves to drive.
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ToFLCand back,Iraq in between

The armored vehicle that Fort Lewis College student Andrew Mangold drove in Iraq was specially designed with a “V” shaped hull to deflect explosive forces. The arching bar in the front deflects low-hanging power lines, common in most Iraqi cities, but is ineffective when reversing, Mangold learned the hard way.
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The convoys Andrew Mangold drove in while in Iraq varied from as short as six vehicles to as long as two miles. The convoys were completely self-sufficient and would not stop along the way. Though the long trips were grueling, Mangold said he loves to drive.
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