Paul Jasmine was wounded on his first mission hunting for explosives in southeastern Afghanistan. He has been getting benefit checks amounting to $315 a week from AIG's Insurance Company.
Paul Jasmine was wounded on his first mission hunting for explosives in southeastern Afghanistan. He has been getting benefit checks amounting to $315 a week from AIG's Insurance Company. Brian Lawdermilk/MCT
Paul Jasmine was wounded on his first mission hunting for explosives in southeastern Afghanistan. He has been getting benefit checks amounting to $315 a week from AIG's Insurance Company. Brian Lawdermilk/MCT

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