Three Roads Back

In an instant, their lives changed. Now a trio of wounded soldiers try to recover their futures


What's Fair Got to Do with It?

Weeks after an anititank mine ripped his body apart, Sergeant Joey Bozik, 26, emerged from a coma to find himself surrounded by relatives and friends at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. As soon as he grasped the extent of his injuries, Bozik asked everyone but his fiancé to leave the room. Although he and Jayme Peters had spent only a few weeks in each other's presence--they met via e-mail while Bozik was stationed in Afghanistan--they had made plans for a life together filled with travel and outdoor activities. A gymnast and...

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