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Wounded platoon leader greets men who saved his life after Afghanistan blast

By MARK WALKER - mlwalker@nctimes.com North County Times - The Californian | Posted: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 8:55 pm

Wounded by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan just two weeks into his first combat assignment, Lt. Cameron West has waited for months to see the men who helped save his life after the explosion tore off his right leg.

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