Iraq vet seeking closure by return

Iraq vet seeking closure by return

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I haven't served in the armed forces, so I just don't know, but I feel this is big, I'm impressed.

Alabama Army veteran Noah Galloway returning to Iraq where he lost two limbs


Noah Galloway is in a much better place than he was after a bomb blast took away his left arm and left leg more than four years ago.

Veteran Noah Galloway will return this month to Iraq, where he lost his left arm and left leg in a bomb blast four years ago. The Alabaster resident is making the trip with nine other wounded warriors, some of them still in the military. The Alabaster resident has regained a lot of his strength, became accustomed to his prosthetic devices, gotten remarried, is now the father of two sons and a daughter, and has been flying around the country for speaking engagements. He has even taken up golf and is talking about studying to be a classroom teacher.

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katherine

I've never served either…but have friends and family currently active duty and one now deployed.
I'm with you. It is big…and impressive.

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