Air Force captain strives to recover from roadside bombing

Air Force Capt. Tim O’Sullivan, crouching in front, in an undated picture taken in Iraq. He suffered a traumatic brain injury when a roadside bomb exploded in March and will be honored at MacDill today.
This is a story in a Florida newspaper about a US Air Force captain who, along with an Iraqi interpreter and British troops, was injured in an EFP attack on a Warrior convoy. He was the most seriously injured.

From August 2007 until that bomb blast, O'Sullivan worked with Australian and British troops, including the 1 Scots Battle Group, as an adviser to Iraqi forces on things like construction and supply logistics.
Article includes a group photograph of Capt O'Sullivan with British troops in front of a Warrior.

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