ATLANTA — Some things, like bombing exercises shattering enough to knock pictures off the wall, are just part of life in a military town. Others, like massive troop deployments and war, are thankfully less common.
But as the nation girds for a potential war against Iraq, the departure of troops to the front lines is now frighteningly real in towns all across the South. Beyond the obvious toll on families, deployment can be devastating for businesses. Just ask those who struggled through the last Gulf War 12 years ago.
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