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W@Camp Pendleton

An excerpt:

Our nation also honors the men and women who’ve been injured in the line of duty. I met some of these Americans. This Saturday, I’ll be going to Bethesda to meet more. Many face a hard road ahead. They’ve inspired their comrades with their strength of will. General Sattler recently visited with some of the wounded in the Fallujah campaign. One Marine was pretty beat up, but when he saw the General, he lifted his hand and said, “Sir, I’ve still got my trigger finger. I can get back out there.” That is the spirit of the Corps. And America will show the same sense of duty.

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