U.S. soldiers with physical disabilities enjoyed a rare day of water-based recreation thanks to a nonprofit group created by World War II veterans. More than 200 days of activities are offered nationwide. "I'm glad we could get everybody out here and get them focusing on what they can do instead of what they can't," said the group's communications coordinator, Matt Strugar-Fritsch, who uses a wheelchair due to a back injury. "If you can teach someone to do something they thought was impossible, they are going to change."
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