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November 11, 2010 3:46 PM

Olympic dreams don’t end with injury

Wounded warriors may find a berth as Paralympic hopefuls in the 2012 Paralympic Games. The U.S. Olympic Committee held a Paralympic Military Training Camp at Fort Benning Nov. 1-5. The event, hosted by the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, brought in wounded warriors hand-selected from across the Army to identify those who may have what it takes to compete in paralympic shooting.

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