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Spc. Jasmine Perry of Fort Campbell, Ky. who lost her leg in a training accident in Fort Carson, Colo., second from left, Staff Sgt. Chanda Gaeth who suffers from complications from Traumatic Brain Injury, second from right, and Lt., Antone Williams of Birmingham, Ala., right, Claps for 1st Lt. Lacey Hamilton of Fort Mead, Md., left, who is recovering from a Broken neck as she competes with other wounded soldiers and Army veterans from across the United States in the Army Warrior Games clinics for a chance at a spot on the Army Warrior Games team, Fort Meade, Md., Sunday, March 11, 2012. The 2012 Warrior Games, held April 30th - May 5th in Colorado Springs, Colo., features representatives from Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Special Operations and will compete for gold metals in archery, cycling, wheelchair basketball, shooting, swimming, track and field, and sitting volleyball. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
Photo by: ANDREW HARNIK
Spc. Jasmine Perry of Fort Campbell, Ky. who lost her leg in a training accident in Fort Carson, Colo., second from left, Staff Sgt. Chanda Gaeth who suffers from complications from Traumatic Brain Injury, second from right, and Lt., Antone Williams of Birmingham, Ala., right, Claps for 1st Lt. Lacey Hamilton of Fort Mead, Md., left, who is recovering from a Broken neck as she competes with other wounded soldiers and Army veterans from across the United States in the Army Warrior Games clinics for a chance at a spot on the Army Warrior Games team, Fort Meade, Md., Sunday, March 11, 2012. The 2012 Warrior Games, held April 30th - May 5th in Colorado Springs, Colo., features representatives from Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Special Operations and will compete for gold metals in archery, cycling, wheelchair basketball, shooting, swimming, track and field, and sitting volleyball. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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