By Lars Dalseide | February 10 2012 10:40

NRA's Life of Duty recently took a look at the exploits of Jim Allen, a World War II paratrooper wounded at Market Garden in September of 1944. After successfully leading his comrades from a would-be ambush, Allen was hit by a grenade. Recovering over time, Allen eventually joined one of the first group of American Smokejumpers based out of Okanogan, Washington.

Read the full story, titled "Under Fire Over Fire," in the latest edition of American Warrior magazine.

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