By Lisa Esposito
November 5, 2014

Baghdad in 2007: Ryan Rigdon, then 24, held his life in his hands, but it was all in a day’s work. As a Navy senior explosive ordnance disposalman, his job was using robotic technology to disarm roadside bombs. He had volunteered, received extensive training and was deployed to Iraq right after the U.S. military surge.

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