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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Rodney Dycus
Black flies hummed around stall 58 at Wagner Range. Fort Benning's pine trees shimmered in the distance as the late-morning temperature pushed 95 degrees with the promise of more from the Georgia summer.
"The most remarkable part isn't that he survived that day," Dycus, the physician assistant, now stationed in Germany, wrote in an email. "Instead, it is what he has done with himself every day since."