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    Life-sized likenesses of Guard members ease separation pains - AP Wire, MaineToday.com
    Randall has little to say because he’s a ‘‘Flat Daddy,’’ a two-dimensional foam board likeness from the waist up of the Maine Army National Guard officer from Hermon who was sent to Afghanistan in January with the 240th Engineer Group of Augusta.

    The Guard has provided more than 100 of the cutouts to families of deployed service members as a way to ease the pain of separation.
    ‘‘It’s comforting,’’ Mary Holbrook told the Bangor Daily News. ‘‘It did help me adjust a lot.’’
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