The Healing Waters Project Project Healing Waters began when it occurred to a retired Navy captain that the pastime of fishing could prove a therapeutic activity for wounded war veterans. In this series, four participants (including Neil Frustaglio, left) in the program describe how it has affected their recoveries.

Disabled Veteran: 'We Get Where We Need to Go'

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An Injured Sergeant Goes with Life's Flow

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Casting a Line, Making a Recovery: Neil Frustaglio

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Healing Waters: A Soldier's Recovery, via Fishing

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