CLAY NATIONAL GUARD CENTER, Marietta, Jan. 18, 2011 – No matter where they go, Soldiers have to deal with the language and cultural differences between themselves and the people with whom they come into contact. While most units have interpreters with them to assist in communicating with the locals, basic exposure to the local language is still useful for everyone in the unit.

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