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Did you catch the Wounded Warrior Super Bowl ad?
U.S. Army female soldiers with the 2-17 Field Artillery Regiment, Specialist Lilia Mendieta, 27, from Seattle (L) and Private Atiyhia Goldbold, 20, from New York listen to a briefing as they prepare to leave on a mission in Ramadi, 100 kms west of the capital Baghdad, 26 October 2004. Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi warns of a surge in attacks in the run up to elections promised by January, as the US army announces the killing of a top aide to Iraq's most wanted man in the rebel-held city of Fallujah, 55 kms from Ramadi. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Did you catch the Wounded Warrior Super Bowl ad?

Despite being in the midst of their own little controversy, the non-profit Wounded Warrior Project teamed up with CBS to produce a public service announcement reminding us of the immeasurable sacrifices of our military men and women.


With the cost of advertising during the Super Bowl, CBS' donated airtime was worth millions -- all for a good cause.

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