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From suffering to success: A story about a first sergeant’s recovery from tragedy

Master Sgt. Paul Montgomery, 375th Civil Engineer Squadron first sergeant, his wife, Amanda, son, Hunter, daughter, Addysyn and new-born, Hazel, gather for a selfie. Montgomery met Amanda a couple years after his daughter, Britny, died. She was working in public health and he was a medic at the same hospital. (Courtesy photo)

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