Injured Marine says US bringing 'positive change' to Iraq
Last updated 10/18/2007 at Noon
Sergeant Andrew Robinson, a courageous retired Iraq war veteran, continues to support the war despite the serious injury he sustained during his second tour of duty in June of 2006.
While Robinson and his comrades were driving their Humvee on the outskirts of Fallujah, a roadside bomb was detonated. Three American soldiers died.
“I broke my vertebrae at the C6 level, which is pretty high up in your neck,” explained Robinson. This injury left impairment to his arms and legs.
“The trauma to my spinal cord has left me paralyzed from the chest down,” he said, “and the muscles in my...