Singer's road to recovery begins with 'baby step'
Injured Marine's health improves; community shows its support
DIAMOND — A Diamond Marine who was critically injured in Afghanistan is now back in the United States and showing modest signs of improved health.
Joe Trippiedi, vice-president and co-founder of Operation: MOMS Cookies, who is speaking on behalf of the family, said 22-year-old Cpl. Joseph Singer is now being treated in Bethesda, Md. He was transferred from Germany on Friday, July 20.
"He's off the ventilator and he's off the feeding tube, they took him off yesterday," he said Tuesday morning. "It's going to be a long process, but he's doing better. He got to talk to his mom yesterday."
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