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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rob Reynolds
U.S. combat troops are gone from Iraq, but for some of the Marines who lived through it, there's one more fight to win: making sure one of the fallen, Sgt. Rafael Peralta, is awarded the Medal of Honor.
For years, people have been approaching Raul Malo with an annoyingly frequent question: When are The Mavericks getting back together?
Mr. Reynolds, the former lance corporal who is now a corrections officer in Washington state said there is no difference between Peralta's case and that of Marine Cpl.
"I'd begun to wonder if I'd even bother performing again, so maybe what's happened for me is almost like a magical rediscovery of myself, to know that performing was really all I ever wanted to do," Reynolds said. "... Short of wearing a suit, I was out in meetings in conference rooms. So when you put the guitar on _ wow, you're born again."