A soldier in the U.S. Army plays fooz-ball with two prosthetic limbs. Courtesy of the U.S. Army, by Walter Reed photographers.
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- Source: Available from the U.S. Army's website, http://www4.army.mil/armyimages/armyimage.php?photo=1836
- Photographer: Walter Reed
- Date of publication: March 25, 2004
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