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Saturday, November 1, 2008

Our First LA Times Article . . .


He has a new life and a new set of goals, including one to become a high school teacher. He has written a book, works with other wounded veterans and is a sought-after motivational speaker.

The quintesenntial Gunny Pop quote you can take to the bank: "I want people to see that when you're faced with a life-changing event, you can survive," Popaditch said. "When you get rearranged physically, one thing that doesn't change is your character."

Read the entire article: Retired Marine rebuilds his life after brush with death in Iraq, by Tony Perry.

The print version is scheduled to appear in this Sunday's LA Times.

--tps

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