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Dwright Fowler-Davis enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1998 and served as a paratrooper and parachute rigger until he left the service in 2002. During that time, he was stationed with the 1st Air Delivery Platoon in Camp Pendleton, Calif., where he enjoyed training with Navy SEALs, Marine Force Reconnaissance, Army Rangers and Army Parachute Riggers. Fowler-Davis broke his back on a parachuting landing in 2000 but recovered to complete his enlistment. The pain he said he endured prepared him for life—and hardship—after service. He has experienced homelessness, divorce, self-doubt, multiple failed business ventures, professional setbacks and service-related disabilities. He …. .
Visitors to The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., can see a collection of Veteran portraits on display through Nov. 15. The collection is Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors, painted by another Veteran, President George W. Bush. The collection highlights 98 men and women out of the approximately five million post-9/11 Veterans. The exhibit showcases 66 full-color oil portraits and a four-panel mural painted by the former president, himself an Air Force Veteran. Upon entering the display, visitors see a two-minute video by the 43rd president. Bush talks about the positive assets of Veterans, why …. .

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