Written By: Leslie Moses
Ryan Davis stares out from under his baseball cap in midtown Savannah’s Hull Park one recent September morning. He answers questions about the night he nearly died: The explosion and torn limbs, the failed helicopter attempts to rescue him, his bleeding and suffocation.
But that hot summer night three years ago lying in the Afghan desert was actually “rewarding,” according to the U.S. Army Ranger, Sgt. 1st Class. He saw Americans rally to save him.
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