“I raised my mentor. He was like me, but so much better.”

This reflection on the life of Richard Johnston’s son James nearly brought the former Army airborne soldier to tears as he tried to describe a life lost too early, a son full of energy, a passion for life and love of his Army job as an explosives ordinance disposal technician.

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