Operation Heal Our Patriots | 11:32 OH-190602_Busbin_NH11c.mp4
Meet retired Army Sergeant First Class Ronnie and Beth Busbin who became part of the Operation Heal Our Patriots family this past summer. Discover their story of struggle and perseverance as they deal with the ongoing effects of combat injuries.
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