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August 21, 2010

Go Tell it on a Mountain: An Update on One Wounded Warrior

<em>Ron Edmonds / AP</em>
Ron Edmonds / AP

I guess this caption is supposed to set minds to rest?

In this July 25, 2007 file photo, President Bush, center, shakes hands after jogging, with wounded veterans Army Sgt. Neil Duncan, left, and Army Specialist Max Ramsey, right, on the South Lawn at the White House in Washington. Duncan lost both legs in Afghanistan and Ramsey lost his leg in Iraq. Duncan summited Tanzania’s Mt. Kilimanjaro on Saturday Aug. 7, 2010 with war veterans Dan Nevins who lost his legs in Iraq and Kirk Bauer who lost a leg in Vietnam. Photo: Ron Edmonds / AP.

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