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Army Staff Sergeant Kyle Evans

Army Staff Sergeant Kyle Evans was severely wounded on May 10, 2007 in Ninewah, Iraq. Staff Sergeant Evans was serving as a lead vehicle convoy commander responsible for escorting supplies to outlying combat posts in the northern province, which included Mosul and Talafar.

An Improvised Explosive Device exploded directly under his seat. He was evacuated to the Combat Support Hospital. He was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury from the IED blast.

USMC Gunnery Sergeant Joseph Gallo

United States Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Joseph Gallo was injured while conducting EOD operations in Okinawa, Japan when a naval projectile detonated. He was getting a tool when he saw a bright flash and was knocked to the ground. His vehicle shielded him from most of the blast, but he received shrapnel wounds to both arms. The wounds to his right arm were very serious, and he was lucky that medical personnel were able to save the arm.

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