American service members who die at the large American military hospital in Germany often donate their organs before their bodies are returned to their home soil.
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Pvt. Steven Drees was injured in Afghanistan and evacuated to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany. Most of the organs donated by U.S. soldiers at that hospital go to those who need them the most: Germans.
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Steven Drees left his hometown of Peshtigo, Wisc. for Afghanistan the day he turned 19.
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