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A roadside bomb blew up the truck Anthony was driving and it set off a secondary explosion from his vehicle’s ammunition. More than 70 percent of his body surface was burned, his right hand was amputated, and his left fingers as well. Before he discovered Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP), he was shy about his appearance. Now, Anthony is more carefree and confident than ever before. He credits his emotional breakthrough to the support of WWP and generous people like you. I hope you’ll help us support other warriors like Anthony by making a gift today.
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