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USMC Sergeant Greg CaronUSMC Sergeant Greg Caron

On November 12, 2011, USMC Corporal Greg Caron was on patrol in the Southern Marjah area of Afghanistan searching known Taliban compounds. Corporal Caron was severely wounded when an IED exploded. He lost both legs, immediately, and received a critical wound to the brachial artery of his right arm.

Corporal Caron was evacuated to Camp Dwyer where his situation turned for the worse. Once arriving at Dwyer, Corporal Caron became unstable due to blood loss. He underwent emergency surgery to stabilize him, and to attempt to save his right arm. 

Throughout the night, Caron received multiple units of blood, as the doctors did their best to stabilize him enough to enable him to be transported... Click to Read More.


 

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USMC Sergeant Greg Caron
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