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Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors

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Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors

The Impact of War

Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors

Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors

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Ryan Kules lost an arm and a leg in 2005 when an IED hit his vehicle in Iraq. While he was recovering, Kules received help from the Wounded Warrior Project, a service that helps severely injured soldiers transition into the workforce. Now the former Army captain works with the Project to help other wounded veterans.