Redeployment Characters

Phil Klay
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Sergeant Price

Sergeant Price is a character in “Redeployment,” the first short story in the book. Price and his unit shot dogs in Iraq – on purpose. They were often seen lapping up blood, not American blood, but human blood and it was too ghastly to witness. It was comparatively so minor for Price and his unit. They were in the midst of war with strong possibilities that there would be victims among them – killed in action or wounded beyond recognition.

When Sergeant Price is nearing the end of his deployment, many images from his experience run through his mind. The dogs, the pretty little Iraqi girls who become prostitutes seemingly overnight, the dead Iraqis many - innocent women and children, and worse his fallen brothers in arms. As he contemplates going home he thinks of his wife Cheryl and his dog Vicar. They’re waiting for him to return...

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