by Deborah Hastings
November 10, 2015
“When a soldier gets out of the military, you have an incredible loss of purpose,” she said. “You never feel like what you are doing now is as important as what you were doing.” Mary Dague
Enter total stranger Mary Dague, a veteran herself who served more than five years and lost both arms after a bomb she had dismantled nonetheless detonated.
Dague, 31, picked up the phone in Washington and called Childs in Florida.
She had heard from a male friend who said his buddy had said goodbye on line and wouldn’t answer the phone. “I called him and left a message,” Dague told INSIDE EDITION Tuesday. “I sent him texts.
It took two hours for him to call me back.” read more here