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If you didn't know this was the start of the patriot crews you would figure out pretty quickly this is the data -- some of the nation's wounded warriors.
That thank you come in the gift of the day on the lot.
It's two years to the months and 32 year old -- -- in -- part of his left leg damaged his right and lost a thumb.
When I need the explosion and -- his army to -- in Afghanistan.
A life changing experience should be an -- but at the same time.
-- good way I look at this light goes -- it's his.
From the water just -- -- perspective and I says very common thumbnails with -- -- just because.
You wanna do you wanna do more was still on this day he tries going from passenger to captain.
When it comes -- limitations.
If some things I can't do as well what might have to do -- fast bill that there's nothing that I just can't do because I'm injured.
The -- crews started in 2007.
With one Iraq War veteran and his wife and a handful of -- warriors out for a day on -- boat.
Since then the event has really grown and this year sixty wounded warriors signed up for a -- on the water.
Last year the Jones family hosted a marine sergeant -- a quadruple amputee.
This year Jeffrey Redmond joined them one day before he learned that his left leg is so damaged it will have to be amputated and those guys -- -- -- This wounded lawyer says he appreciates the perfect timing of this get away just just -- My brain a chance to get away from actually thinking about what -- happens.
And now he doesn't remember much about getting hit by two mortars and -- -- this -- is bringing back fond memories of fishing on a boat with his brother when he -- little.
Normally I don't see nothing it's beautiful it does put my -- he's alive compared what will happen.
Army -- specialists may have gerchas sits on her hosts -- barely one month after a grenade launcher hit the truck she was sitting in in Afghanistan.
Again I indicted test them so much noise -- Iraq as she's also got Larry vision ruptured eardrum shrapnel in her leg in a big blood clot in her -- But none of that is stopping her from appreciating her surroundings.
No more sand denying he could actually see it like life is seatbelts -- seat -- -- -- -- didn't like that Afghanistan.
-- -- his -- is a wonderful reminder that you don't always have to worry about where you've been or where you're going.
Sometimes you can just little long and appreciate exactly where you are.
Along the Potomac River -- Jennifer Davis Fox News.
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