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Apr 27, 2012

Woodbury, Minn., recruiter Sgt. Brandon Blazer, 27, from Dayton, Ohio, visits with Cathy and Gregg Patnode April 27 after their son, Luke, underwent reconstructive surgery. Luke is a 14-year-old eighth grader at Lake Middle School. Marines with Recruiting Station Twin Cities also visited Luke in 2010 after he suffered a major stroke. Luke's parents told Blazer that their son has wanted to join the Corps since he was a little kid.

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Woodbury, Minn., recruiter Sgt. Brandon Blazer, 27, from Dayton, Ohio, visits with Cathy and Gregg Patnode April 27 after their son, Luke, underwent reconstructive surgery. Luke is a 14-year-old eighth grader at Lake Middle School. Marines with Recruiting Station Twin Cities also visited Luke in 2010 after he suffered a major stroke. Luke's parents told Blazer that their son has wanted to join the Corps since he was a little kid.
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Apr 27, 2012
Woodbury, Minn., recruiter Sgt. Brandon Blazer, 27, from Dayton, Ohio, visits with Cathy and Gregg Patnode April 27 after their son, Luke, underwent reconstructive surgery. Luke is a 14-year-old eighth grader at Lake Middle School. Marines with Recruiting Station Twin Cities also visited Luke in 2010 after he suffered a major stroke. Luke's parents told Blazer that their son has wanted to join the Corps since he was a little kid.


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