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  • Ian Thomas

    U.S. Marine Nicholas Popaditch suffered an eye injury in Fallujah, Iraq, and lost his right eye. His replacement prosthetic eye has something the original didn’t: the Marine Corps emblem. That's one BAMF!

  • Michael Sweigart

    Semper Fi. Nicholas Popaditch- his prosthetic eye is embedded with the Marine Corps emblem. Popaditch, a retired gunnery sergeant and tank commander from San Diego, was wounded by a rocket-propelled grenade in Fallujah, Iraq. He lost his right eye and most of the vision in his left. SFX prosthetics and accessories

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