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Everest Climbers Make Ascent to Inspire Others

Climbing Mount Everest, at 8,848 meters the tallest mountain in the world, has long been the ultimate challenge for people with something to prove. Two of the most recent teams making a bid for the summit learned how the lonely task of climbing a mountain can bring you closer to other people. On May 24, retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Chad Jukes, 32, became the first combat wounded veteran to get to the summit of Mount Everest, climbing with an artificial leg to replace the limb he lost...

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