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Combat survivor credits Hunt With Heroes for better life

Oct 1, 2017 By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer

When you're a confident young man, it takes time to realize that you are not 10-feet tall and bulletproof.When you're a young Marine, that realization is even ...


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Bassford said he didn't know how he would react to shooting a rifle after his battlefield trauma, but the experience of hunting antelope was transformational in a positive way.

Bassford said he didn't know how he would react to shooting a rifle after his battlefield trauma, but the experience of hunting antelope was transformational in a positive way.


Bassford said he didn't know how he would react to shooting a rifle after his battlefield trauma, but the experience of hunting antelope was transformational in a positive way.

Bassford said he didn't know how he would react to shooting a rifle after his battlefield trauma, but the experience of hunting antelope was transformational in a positive way.

Douglas and Deborah Bassford married in 1992 just a few months after he returned from combat in Iraq.     Photo courtesy Douglas Bassford

Douglas and Deborah Bassford married in 1992 just a few months after he returned from combat in Iraq. Photo courtesy Douglas Bassford


Douglas and Deborah Bassford married in 1992 just a few months after he returned from combat in Iraq.     Photo courtesy Douglas Bassford

Douglas and Deborah Bassford married in 1992 just a few months after he returned from combat in Iraq. Photo courtesy Douglas Bassford

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