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Collected Articles about amputees as a result of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Iraq veteran finds his home more hospitable thanks to retrofitting by Homes for Our Troops
So far the Iraq War has led to amputations for more than 750 servicemen and women. The high number is due in part to the body armor that protects the trunk. Without it, many of these soldiers would have died. In fact, about 92 percent of those wounded in Iraq survive their wounds, as opposed to 76 percent in Vietnam. [
Local soldier injured in Iraq
More female soldiers serve 'inside the wire'
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Day by day, Marine battles adversity
Wounded veterans participate in program established to aid their recovery
She told me my arm was gone. We argued about that for five minutes. I mean, I could feel it.
Man crafts walking sticks for wounded soldiers
July 6, 2008
Injured Marine finds support in community
MLB honors America's heroes at parks
Group helps local veteran regain freedom
Iraq veteran gives back to soldiers
Yankee Intern, Injured in Iraq, to Throw Out First Pitch Friday
Wounded vet chooses to laugh