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    Hand-cycling clinic a new start for wounded soldiers, veterans [Image 2 of 5]

    Hand-cycling clinic a new start for wounded soldiers, veterans

    JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, WA, UNITED STATES

    04.04.2012

    Photo by Sgt. Christopher Gaylord 

    5th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment   

    Corey Cooper, an area sales representative for Invacare, an Elyria, Ohio, based corporation that manufactures and distributes medical products for home and long-term care, helps Army veteran Erin Schaefer make some adjustments to his recumbent-style hand cycle, April 4, at the Warrior Transition Battalion on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., during a cycling clinic hosted by the Wounded Warrior Project, April 4 and 5. Schaefer came into hand-cycling one year ago while in rehabilitation at Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, after losing both his legs in a 2010 roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan.

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 04.04.2012
    Date Posted: 04.10.2012 19:06
    Photo ID: 557309
    VIRIN: 120404-A-KH311-111
    Resolution: 4288x2848
    Size: 11.57 MB
    Location: JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, WA, US 

    Web Views: 107
    Downloads: 4

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