Two years later and falling apart
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Two years later and falling apart

Two years after the IED blast, Ownbey's health was deteriorating and he was sent to Bethesda Naval Hospital for treatment. Once there, Ownbey and Amos met again. (Whitney Shefte/The Washington Post)

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