Bo Kinnison, of the Special Forces Association Parachute Team, descends on the ninth hole of the Hampton Hall golf course with a giant American flag during the May 20, 2014, opening ceremony for the fourth annual Wounded Heroes Golf Classic, put on by the Lowcountry Foundation for Wounded Military Heroes to benefit soldiers wounded in combat.
Bo Kinnison, of the Special Forces Association Parachute Team, descends on the ninth hole of the Hampton Hall golf course with a giant American flag during the May 20, 2014, opening ceremony for the fourth annual Wounded Heroes Golf Classic, put on by the Lowcountry Foundation for Wounded Military Heroes to benefit soldiers wounded in combat. Jay Karr
Bo Kinnison, of the Special Forces Association Parachute Team, descends on the ninth hole of the Hampton Hall golf course with a giant American flag during the May 20, 2014, opening ceremony for the fourth annual Wounded Heroes Golf Classic, put on by the Lowcountry Foundation for Wounded Military Heroes to benefit soldiers wounded in combat. Jay Karr

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