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SSgt. Ian Newland, 27, received multiple wounds when a grenade was thrown into his Humvee on December 4, 2006,  in Adhamiyah, Iraq. His gunner, Spc. Ross McGinnis, covered the grenade with his own body and has been nominated for the Medal of Honor. Newland, who is critical of the lack of care given to returning wounded, is now in his new home in Centennial, Colorado with his wife Erin, and children: Haley (5) and Dryden (3). The home and a new job was provided by Sentinels of Freedom...Soldiers from Charlie Company, 1-26 Infantry took some of the greatest losses during their 15th month deployment to East Baghdad in 2006-2007. The company alone lost 14 soldiers. Returning from combat to their home in Schweinfurt, Germany, the men of Charlie Company struggle to heal from their physical and emotional wounds. (James J. Lee / Military Times)
SSgt. Ian Newland, 27, received multiple wounds when a grenade was thrown into his Humvee on December 4, 2006, in Adhamiyah, Iraq. His gunner, Spc. Ross McGinnis, covered the grenade with his own body and has been nominated for the Medal of Honor. Newland, who is critical of the lack of care given to returning wounded, is now in his new home in Centennial, Colorado with his wife Erin, and children: Haley (5) and Dryden (3). The home and a new job was provided by Sentinels of...
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