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"They can take my legs, but they can't take my pride," says Brooklyn, N.Y. native and U.S. Army PFC Bryan Dilberian, who has been at Walter Reed Army Medical Center for a month and says he can't wait to redeploy to Afghanistan. PFC Dilberian was among the wounded warriors who came out to check out the NASCAR cars at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in the District on Thursday. Several NASCAR drivers visited the facility. The event ended with a dinner and a concert by singer Billy Ray Cyrus. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)
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"They can take my legs, but they can't take my pride," says Brooklyn, N.Y. native and U.S. Army PFC Bryan Dilberian, who has been at Walter Reed Army Medical Center for a month and says he can't wait to redeploy to Afghanistan. PFC Dilberian was among the wounded warriors who came out to check out the NASCAR cars at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in the District on Thursday. Several NASCAR drivers visited the facility. The event ended with a dinner and a concert by singer Billy Ray Cyrus. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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