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Image description: Pfc. Kyle Hockenberry joined the Army in the fall of 2010. Before Kyle’s first deployment, he had the text “For those I love, I will sacrifice” tattooed on his right side. He said, “‘Those I love’ is for everyone — for my parents, my brother and all my family but it really for everyone in the country.” 
Kyle left for Afghanistan in February 2011. Less than four months later, he was seriously injured. A blast from an improvised explosive device cost Kyle both legs and his left arm. 
Read more of Kyle’s story.
Photo by Mollie Miller, 1st Infantry Division Public Affairs, U.S. Army

Image description: Pfc. Kyle Hockenberry joined the Army in the fall of 2010. Before Kyle’s first deployment, he had the text “For those I love, I will sacrifice” tattooed on his right side. He said, “‘Those I love’ is for everyone — for my parents, my brother and all my family but it really for everyone in the country.” 

Kyle left for Afghanistan in February 2011. Less than four months later, he was seriously injured. A blast from an improvised explosive device cost Kyle both legs and his left arm. 

Read more of Kyle’s story.

Photo by Mollie Miller, 1st Infantry Division Public Affairs, U.S. Army