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May 16, 2013
By bniegel

Only a few medals are still up for grabs as the 2013 Warrior Games wind down. The Marines are still in the lead but trailing by only a few medals, the Army is still in the hunt for the Chairman's Cup.

Here are a few more interesting stories from this year’s awe-inspiring Warrior game. They show us that no matter what happens in life you can still achieve unimaginable things.

An Airman shares his testament to invisible wounds (TBI) and just how their effects can become visible in everyday life. Click here to read more.

Here is a story about how a Warrior Games athlete remembers his Army career, where he was taught to leave behind the possibility of failure.

The archery athletes from the U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines and Navy, along with a team from U.S. Special Operations Command and a team from the United Kingdom, take their final shots. Learn who came out victorious here.

And speaking of the archery athletes, several of them took a few minutes of their time to talk about the sense of camaraderie displayed throughout the competition.