Dale was in the army during the first Gulf War. He was on the front lines. He doesn't talk much about what he did. When he got back he got married. In less than a year from getting married he was told he had MS. He is now 37 and fully disabled from the MS. They have determined the war caused it. He has only one kidney now, has had to have dentures, has to catheterize 4 times a day. He now needs a cane to walk. But, he keeps upbeat and helps the rest of us whenever we need it. He is trying hard to stay living by himself and not be a burden to others. He is a very strong kid! God thank all of those fighting for us, in the past and present that suffer silently!
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