Karen Meredith

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Member of Gold Star Families Speak Out, a peace group comprised of members whose loved ones were killed while serving in the military while serving in Iraq, her son, Lt. Ken Ballard, was killed in 2004

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Four years ago, Marines from  Camp Pendleton  were the first conventional troops to surge into Iraq.

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Four years ago, Marines from Camp Pendleton were the first conventional troops to surge into Iraq.

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