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Guardsman Carries on After Losing Arm in Iraq
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Guardsman Carries on After Losing Arm in Iraq

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Guardsman Carries on After Losing Arm in Iraq

Guardsman Carries on After Losing Arm in Iraq
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Two years ago, North Dakota National Guardsman Brandon Erickson lost his right arm in an attack in Iraq. A follow-up report finds that he's a newlywed just back from a honeymoon, but still has problems with a high-tech prosthetic arm.

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