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Veterans Hunt Gators to Heal War Wounds (Video)

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In honor of Veterans Day and the tenth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan,

New Times

went 

alligator hunting

with combat-wounded veterans in Melbourne. This video, produced by talented photographer Colby Katz, provides a taste of the action. Narrated by retired Army Sgt. Gary Horn, it shows retired Army Capt. Greg Amira -- who was wounded on 9/11 and in Iraq -- celebrating the first catch of the hunt.



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