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Tedworth House rehabilitates returning wounded vets

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Military amputee Steve Arnold uses a hand bike in the new Help for Heroes' Tedworth House rehabilitation center for wounded servicemen and women during a press preview day on Oct. 18 in Tidworth, England.

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Luke Simmott sits in a wheelchair as he talks to visiting media in the new Help for Heroes' Tedworth House rehabilitation center on Oct. 18.

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Cyclist Mark Cavendish watches as skier Graham Bell (left) shows amputee Andy Barlow how to ski on the new Skiplex slope that has been installed at the new Help for Heroes' Tedworth House rehabilitation center.

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A injured serviceman laughs as he uses a exercise bike in the new Help for Heroes' Tedworth House rehabilitation center.

Help for Heroes' Tedworth House rehabilitation center in Tedworth, England just completed a multi-million dollar renovation and opened its doors to the media today.

According to the website: Its purpose is to inspire our wounded, injured, sick and returning veterans to lead active independent and fulfilling lives which will enable them to reach their full potential and to support them, and their families, for life.

Tedworth House, is the flagship recovery center of Help for Heroes, a charity which provides direct, practical support, primarily to those wounded in current conflicts.

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A wounded serviceman stands on prosthetic legs as he talks to visiting media in the new Help for Heroes' Tedworth House rehabilitation center for wounded servicemen and women during a press preview day on Oct. 18 in Tidworth, England.