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Lane Morrow U.S. Marine Infantryman Lance Cpl. Lane Morrow, 22, from Salinas, Calif., poses for a portrait at his small patrol base, in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan. Morrow, on his memory of the Sept. 11, 2001 attack: "I was in seventh grade, I was waking up to go to school cause I had to walk to school early. I used to watch MTV. To wake me up. All the news was on the Twin Towers getting hit. And I remember waking up my mom, I'm like 'Mom, they say that America got attacked.' I really didn't know how bad it was cause I was only twelve." Morrow, on why he joined the Marines: "I had a pretty rough childhood, you know. I got in a lot of trouble. Talked to the counselor, he said 'man you should probably join the military, that would help, it helped me.' I was like 'alright.' But he tried to get me to join the Army, I was like 'Nah, think I want to do Marines
Afghanistan Sept 11 Wars Generation, Helmand, Afghanistan
Afghanistan Sept 11 Wars Generation, Helmand, Afghanistan
Afghanistan Sept 11 Wars Generation, Helmand, Afghanistan
Afghanistan Sept 11 Wars Generation, Helmand, Afghanistan
Afghanistan Sept 11 Wars Generation, Helmand, Afghanistan
Afghanistan Sept 11 Wars Generation, Helmand, Afghanistan
Afghanistan Sept 11 Wars Generation, Helmand, Afghanistan

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Afghanistan Sept 11 Wars Generation, Helmand, Afghanistan

Lane Morrow U.S. Marine Infantryman Lance Cpl. Lane Morrow, 22, from Salinas, Calif., poses for a portrait at his small patrol base, in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan. Morrow, on his memory of the Sept. 11, 2001 attack: "I was in seventh grade, I was waking up to go to school cause I had to walk to school early. I used to watch MTV. To wake me up. All the news was on the Twin Towers getting hit. And I remember waking up my mom, I'm like 'Mom, they say that America got attacked.' I really didn't know how bad it was cause I was only twelve." Morrow, on why he joined the Marines: "I had a pretty rough childhood, you know. I got in a lot of trouble. Talked to the counselor, he said 'man you should probably join the military, that would help, it helped me.' I was like 'alright.' But he tried to get me to join the Army, I was like 'Nah, think I want to do Marines

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