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Posts Tagged ‘wounded warriors’

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    Wounded Marines still in the fight

    As the battlefield settled and the medevac carried Cpl. Brad Fite to Germany, medical personnel didn’t think he would survive. The damage was so extensive, Fite had to be resuscitated three times before landing. “They  [Read more...]

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    To the Finish

    The 36th Marine Corps Marathon wheelchair and hand cycle participants depart from the start line in one of the Nation’s largest group of cycle marathoners.  The 26.2-mile “People’s Marathon” is the final race of the  [Read more...]

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    A Marine’s run to honor brethren

    “Last year on Thanksgiving, I found out a friend of mine, Sgt. Jason Smith, was killed by an Improvised Explosive Device,” said Capt. Jason W. “Duke” Dequenne, the assistant logistics officer at The Basic School,  [Read more...]

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    Warrior Games

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The days were long, the competition was gripping, anticipation overwhelming and Marines were outnumbered four-to-one. The odds may not have been in their favor, but the Marines welcomed the challenges of  [Read more...]

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    Getting A Leg Up on PT

    Marines on light duty for injuries have to change their physical training regimen to help recovery. Sometimes, that means not exercising at all so the body can heal.