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Combat Paper allows veterans to turn uniforms into paper (with video)

2:13 AM, Apr. 11, 2013
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After his service in the U.S. Army, John Peters said he participates in events that support veterans, and on Wednesday, that meant standing barefoot while making paper.

Peters was at the Noel Fine Arts Center on the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campus, giving veterans the opportunity to turn their uniforms into handmade paper. After being cut up, the uniforms were beaten into pulp and then formed into sheets of paper, a process that left water on the floor and Peters opting to go without shoes and roll up his jeans. The finished paper was then available for veterans, or people walking ...

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