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The barricades and cement trucks that made Northeast First Avenue look like a war zone are gone.
What unfolded was another war zone erupting in a quiet suburban community, as a city known more for its sprawling homes and bucolic parks was transformed by a hail of bullets and a torrent of anguish.
Perhaps most infamously, St. Louis’s massive Pruitt-Igoe project was a veritable war zone, demolished 20-some years after construction.
Russian officials have recently been bragging as their increasingly sophisticated drones are spotted over war zones in Ukraine and Syria.
Second, minimal American casualties, especially outside of official war zones.
Freedom from Fear, too, irritated some people in Allied war zones who were unable to protect their children from an immediate threat.
Prior to the initiative, 700 pilots in the reserve component flew Apaches, training at home and flying combat in the war zone.
Goldberg recalls Madison resembling a war zone: mass protests against the Vietnam war, activists bombing buildings, police in riot gear hurtling tear gas.
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