Boston Celtics to honor NH Purple Heart recipient who suffered serious injuries while in Iraq

In 2005, an IED struck Sergeant David Bronson's Humvee while on a security patrol mission during his second combat tour in Iraq. Bronson survived a lengthy and difficult recovery, which included being in a coma for six days before being transported to Walter Reed Medical Center for rehabilitation. He spent a year-and-a-half relearning to walk before retiring to New Hampshire with his wife and two children.
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