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Combat veteran shares recovery success story with Okinawa Marines

By Lance Cpl. Isaac Ibarra | | December 14, 2014

CAMP KINSER, OKINAWA, Japan -- In 2006, Lt. Col. Justin Constantine was injured during a routine combat patrol while deployed to Iraq. An enemy sniper fired upon Constantine and his Marines, and before he could take cover a round hit the back of his head, exiting through his jaw.

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