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Brooke Army Medical Center / Prosthetics #851158

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 29, 2007
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The facility for the making of prosthetic limbs at the Brooke Army Medical Center visited.

(San Antonio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with wounded veterans Cpl. Aaron Manken‡ and S/Sgt. Daniel Barnes about the new privately funded Center for the Intrepid in San Antonio. [MANKEN - calls the center a "dream"; explains how he was wounded; talks about his interest in combat photography.] [BARNES - recounts the injury that cost him both legs; explains how he is treated by people; comments on the importance of state of the art technology that will be provided here; notes he would like to work for the military as a civilian.] [Wife Gretchen BARNES - reacts to Daniel's injuries.]

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