Navy amputee reenacts injury to train troops

03/25/2013 | Navy Times

Former Navy corpsman Joel Booth, who lost a leg below the knee during combat in Afghanistan, now takes part in special highly realistic training exercises, which include Hollywood amputee actors, to prepare soldiers who are deploying to combat zones. Booth has now performed in such military exercises, called Strategic Operations, for about a year and says the work has helped him deal with post-traumatic stress.

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