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The pilots who fly the unmanned aircraft from Creech Air Force Base north of Las Vegas go to work like many white-collar workers. It's a 40-minute commute and then they're back in the suburbs. But the work is proving as stressful as combat in Iraq, Afghanistan or Pakistan. Reporter Megan McCloskey has written about these issues in "Stars and Stripes" and tells us what she's found.

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