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Local soldier extends tour in Iraq

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Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt. Paul L. Truckee High School graduate Lance Cpl. Sage Coulter, a mechanic with the 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment's motor transport section, wipes down the drive shaft of a mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicle prior to fixing an oil leak in the vehicle's transfer case at Camp Korean Village, Iraq, on Jan. 21.
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CAMP KOREAN VILLAGE, Iraq ” Truckee High School graduate Lance Cpl. Sage Coulter, a mechanic with the 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment’s motor transport section, volunteered to extend his tour in country by several months in order to assist the Reserve Marines of 2/25 with his mechanical expertise. He is on a deployment to Iraq’s Al Anbar province in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Coulter, 20, arrived in Iraq in July with Regimental Combat Team 5 from Camp Pendleton, Calif., reports his mother, Karen Ellis.


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