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  • If it hadn't been for the Quink, a trillion stars would have twinkled above us.

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  • Before his injury, Tyson Quink says, he didn't imagine he would have a long career in the Army.

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  • The people undergoing therapy include an Army first lieutenant, Tyson Quink, and his wife, Tera.

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  • Quink is waiting for a bad burn to heal before he can be fitted for his second prosthetic.

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  • Quink said he's waiting for his right lower leg to heal enough that doctors can fit him with a second artificial leg.

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  • Quink was once a football player at West Point - which is where he met his wife, Tera, who is also a lieutenant.

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  • Before his injury, Tyson Quink said, he didn't imagine he would have a long career in the Army.

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  • Quink, a former college football player, lost both of his legs three months into his deployment to Afghanistan.

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  • Quink says he's waiting for his right lower leg to heal enough that doctors can fit him out with a second artificial leg.

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  • Tyson Quink smiles while examining his knee, "doesn't it look like a catfish?" he said.

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  • Portmanteau of "quick" and "ink". Trade name of a quick-drying ink introduced by the Parker company in 1931.

    October 12, 2014