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By Michelle Malkin  •  October 31, 2004 02:06 AM

Via Blackfive, who has contact/donation information for the soldier’s family here:

Sergeant Joseph Bozik, an Airborne Soldier with the 118th MP Company (Airborne) from Ft. Bragg, was recently wounded. He has lost both legs and an arm from a landmine, is not not conscious and has many medical complications. On Monday, Sergeant Bozik will be flown into Walter Reed from Landstuhl (Germany).

Unfortunately, the family doesn’t have enough money to maintain themselves in a hotel (let alone buy food) for an extended period. The Army paid for airfare for 2 family members and Soldiers’ Angels paid for airfare for 2 two more. The Angels can cover hotel expenses for only three days. Fisher House is full so they have to stay at a hotel…

Keep him in your prayers.


Update
: Via the Patriette, here is more contact info, details, and a Paypal link for donations.

Cards, Letters, or any thing else someone would like to be sent to Joey, can be sent to the following address until November 26th:

Sgt. Joseph Bozik
3708 East 29th Street, PMB # 124
Bryan, TX 77802-3901

In addition, a fund has been set up at the First American Bank to help with the expenses for Joey Bozik. Anyone wishing to make a monetary donation can send it to:

First American Bank
Fund for Sgt. Joseph Bozik
c/o Sandy Manning
1111 Briarcrest Dr.
Bryan, TX 77802

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