Katy Helvenston-Wettengel

mother whose son was killed in Iraq

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Resident of Florida, her son was killed in Fallujah in 2004

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The Army that cleaned latrines and did kitchen patrol is a thing of the past, with that kind of grunt work now performed by private contractors.

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