Photo credit Carolyn Cole, Los Angeles Times
Corpsman Nurse, Ruth recalled the first moments Juan Dominguez awoke from his coma after stepping on a roadside bomb in Afghanistan that ripped off his legs and his right arm according to John Brian Losh who wrote of his conversation with her. She recounted that his first words to her were, “Don’t be sad for me Ma’am, I would do it again for my country.” Later, in an interview with the LA Times, Juan stated, “The Taliban failed, their purpose was to kill me, I survived.” Read Juan’s full bio.
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