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Just before U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman Second Class Chris Paulson left for Afghanistan at the end of February, he had an unthinkable conversation with his new bride.
“If something happened, he wanted me to take care of everything,” the sailor’s wife told The Unknown Soldiers. “He wanted me to take care of his body.”
As HM2 Paulson provides medical care for U.S. Marines, Afghan soldiers and civilian bystanders during the volatile Helmand province fighting season, his wife waits nervously on the home front for the chance, someday, to live with her husband for the first time. Yet while every military spouse faces challenges, Hospitalman Samantha Paulson is a warrior, too.
“There’s a chance I could be turning around and going on a deployment when he gets back,” said HN Paulson, who is stationed at North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune. “But I can’t sit here and say ‘woe is me,’ either, because this is what we signed up for.”
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