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Michael Lineberger is in the National Guard, and is leaving for two months to serve overseas. While this isn't the first time he's leaving, his wife, Geanne Lineberger says family and friends help pass the time. Lineberger said, "The worst part is seeing him off, and once you get into a routine, it's over before you know it."

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