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A group of Marines and ex-Marines who fought in Iraq - including two wounded there - is featured in a beefcake calendar being sold to help wounded veterans.

"It's a stopgap effort to help people where government programs leave off," said Rudy Reyes, who served two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan and is on the calendar's cover. "This is a way for citizens to help citizens."

The "America's Heroes" calendar is being sold by Freedom is Not Free, a San Diego-based nonprofit group that helps injured service members and their families with such expenses as travel, mortgage and utility bills and special beds for burn victims.

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posted at 15:43:33 on 10/13/06 - Category: Army

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Susan wrote:

I'm getting 5 copies!
Posted on 10/16/06 13:40:09

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