Nathaniel Kemnitz

Marine Corps veteran

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Marine Corps veteran from Texas, who was severely wounded in Iraq; student at Pasadena City College

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Some 30,000 combat veterans will be returning to California every year for the next few years, and many will make the transition to civilian life by attending community college.

Basic Training: For 'Civilian' Life

Some 30,000 combat veterans will be returning to California every year for the next few years, and many will make the transition to civilian life by attending community college.

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