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Friday, 06 March 2015 22:22

Donny Daughenbaugh Rebuilding lives and Restoring Hope for Troops

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   Donny Daughenbaugh is USMC (ret.) and  Vice President – Field Operations  The Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes ‘Rebuilding lives and Restoring Hope for Troops  Wounded in the War on Terror’ In October 2004 in Mahmoudiya, a city south of Baghdad, Donny was on a night foot patrol conducting vehicle searches. When a vehicle approached to be searched, the driver became irate and sped off. He engaged the squad of Marines with an AK-47 rifle and as Marines are taught, if you have no cover and concealment, make yourself a small target. As Cpl. Daughenbaugh was in the prone position flashes from the muzzle were aimed in his direction. One of those bullets hit Donny in the face, broke his jaw and severely damaged his nerves. His jaw was wired shut to heal the break and the bullet left in place, too close to vital nerves to be removed. Donny Was sent to Landstuhl Germany for weeks of stabilization and additional surgery until he was well enough to be sent home, to see his wife and daughter for the first time since his injury occurred.

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