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Veterans -- was Sunday today being observed as a federal holiday national correspondent Steve Centanni on how one wounded warriors getting much needed help that it's -- It's a homecoming marine sergeant John peck never expected.
A motorcycle motorcade.
Speeches giant flags and the keys to a brand new house paid for by two benefactors.
The Steven -- tunnel to towers foundation named in -- of -- 9/11 first responder.
And the Gary Sinise foundation created by the actor and veterans advocate.
-- -- very nearly gave his life for our country suffering injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan.
And came home was a quadruple amputee I really do not buy myself -- -- I find the people who.
Did not come back and pick pay tribute to one marine nobody in particular he was one of the strongest Marines.
I've ever met.
I miss him dearly.
Along with his mother Lisa wounded warrior herself Jon -- comes over 22500 square foot Smart house built especially with him in my.
This houses full height take features to make it more accessible for sergeant -- for instance this which year you just push it down or do it on your iPad.
And the kitchen cabinet comes down to wheelchair level other houses like this are being planned for the 55 triple and quadruple amputees from Iraq and Afghanistan.
And why didn't peck wanted to serve in both wars returning to the battlefield even after his first injuries.
It's just -- moderated a brotherhood that that we.
Love for each other in Fredericksburg Virginia Steve Centanni Fox News.
-- to sergeant John -- we should do this every night but tonight especially we salute the men and women in the US military now.
And all those who have served in years past to keep America safe.
Thanks to you and your families for your service sacrifice.
And for being fair balanced.
And -- for it.
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