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Wounded Marine comes home

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Uploaded on Apr 26, 2011

Cpl. Joshua Himan spent 18 months at Walter Reed Army Medical Center recovering from injuries suffered from an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan -- injuries that left him paralyzed from the chest down. He returned home to Dale City, Va., where fellow Marines and volunteers worked to renovate his family's house to allow him to easily adapt to living with his wheelchair. (Footage by Sgt. Andrew Milner and Lance Cpl. Patricia Claypool)

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