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18 AUG 12 Preston Kaplan SUDS diving among sand tiger sharks in North Carolina
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Preston Kaplan, US Army veteran wounded in Iraq, dives among sand tiger sharks off North Carolina on August 18, 2012. Preston spent four years recovering from his injuries at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and dove with fellow wounded veterans as a part of the Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba (SUDS) program.
Dive was made through the Olympus Dive Center in Morehead City, NC.