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January 31, 2014

Local soldier speaks on Afghanistan experiences midway through tour



Reinschmidt said he is considering re-enlisting, but hasn't made a final decision yet. Regardless, his wife said she will support him no matter what. 

"Justin is the best man I know," she said. "He is a loving father and husband, he goes above and beyond for those he loves. His decision about enlistment in the military is so he could provide a better future for his family and serve his country with honor and pride. I couldn't have asked for a better person to be in my life. He has saved me in more ways than anyone could ever understand, and I love and adore him more with each day that passes." 

Reinschmidt does not have an official end of tour date, but expects to return to Chickasha in July. 

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