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This Navy sailor remembered firsthand what it was like to have family who struggled with computers, so he decided to give back to his community by volunteering to teach people vital skills.
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This sailor didn’t necessarily want to volunteer when he started doing so, but now he loves it so much he says it’s his calling.
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Navy Lt. John Koelsch volunteered to fly a helicopter in bad weather into enemy territory in Korea to save a fellow service member, and it earned him the Medal of Honor.
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A Navy pharmacist’s mate went beyond the call of duty twice to save his comrades’ lives.
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Not all Warrior Games athletes suffer work-related injuries. Many fall ill outside of their official duties. In sailor Alexis King’s case, it was cancer that brought her to the games.
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