(NEWSER) – They're calling it the "salute seen around the world," reports Cincinnati.com. Injured Army Ranger Josh Hargis delivered it from a hospital bed in Afghanistan after being severely wounded in a suicide bombing earlier this month. The salute came while the Cincinnati native was being awarded a Purple Heart, and wife Taylor Hargis posted a letter on Facebook from his team commander with the details. (It's also quoted in full at Guardian of Valor.) For starters, everyone in the room thought Hargis was unconscious during the ceremony. Then he surprised them:
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