A Hunter’s Mark: Grand Forks AFB Airmen treat Wounded Warrior to first ever deer hunt

(From right to left) Retired Air Force Maj. James Oberg, and Master Sgt. Keelan Rasmusson congratulate Tech. Sgt. Joshua Robistow, an active-duty Wounded Warrior from the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron, who successfully shot a six-point buck during his first white tail deer hunt Nov. 11, 2013, on a farm just a few miles from the town of Warren, Minn. The gray duct tape on Robistow’s nose was used as a temporary bandage to cover a cut made when he positioned his face too close to the scope of a .330 caliber rifle he fired during his first attempt at shooting another buck earlier in the day. Robistow playfully said he thought it was both funny and coincidental that he got another wound being a Wounded Warrior. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Luis Loza Gutierrez)

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