After attending blind rehabilitation training, he was able to take a different view.
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Over a 20-year period Army First Sergeant Danny Wallace (Ret.) served as a Rifleman, Radio Transmitter Operator, Team Leader, Squad Leader, Ranger Instructor, Platoon Sergeant, Company Executive Officer, and finally as Company First Sergeant.
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