James Gentile (left) and friend Joe Hayes attended the U.S. Marine Ball in 2004. On Wednesday, Gentile has another major event to attend: America’s Parade, where he will march with Operation Mend. The program helped restore his sight after he was shot in Iraq.
James Gentile (left) and friend Joe Hayes attended the U.S. Marine Ball in 2004. On Wednesday, Gentile has another major event to attend: America’s Parade, where he will march with Operation Mend. The program helped restore his sight after he was shot in Iraq. James Gentile
James Gentile (left) and friend Joe Hayes attended the U.S. Marine Ball in 2004. On Wednesday, Gentile has another major event to attend: America’s Parade, where he will march with Operation Mend. The program helped restore his sight after he was shot in Iraq. James Gentile

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