Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills, left, walks with Maine’s first lady, Ann LePage, before their parachute jump over Fort Kent, Maine, on Aug. 9. Mills, who suffered wounds in Afghanistan that ended up costing him both arms and legs, made the jump to raise money for a veterans center and museum in Fort Kent.
Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills, left, walks with Maine’s first lady, Ann LePage, before their parachute jump over Fort Kent, Maine, on Aug. 9. Mills, who suffered wounds in Afghanistan that ended up costing him both arms and legs, made the jump to raise money for a veterans center and museum in Fort Kent. AP photo
Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills, left, walks with Maine’s first lady, Ann LePage, before their parachute jump over Fort Kent, Maine, on Aug. 9. Mills, who suffered wounds in Afghanistan that ended up costing him both arms and legs, made the jump to raise money for a veterans center and museum in Fort Kent. AP photo

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