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    Staff Sgt. Travis Mills walks with first lady Ann LePage prior to their parachute jump over Fort Kent on Saturday. Mills, who suffered wounds in Afghanistan that cost him both arms and legs, made the jump to raise money for a veteran center and museum in Fort Kent. The Associated Press/All Veterans Group

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    Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills, bottom, makes a parachute jump with the help of an All Veterans Parachute Team member Saturday. The Associated Press/All Veterans Group

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    Staff Sgt. Travis Mills, back, completes a parachute jump with the aid of an All Veterans Parachute Team member. The Associated Press/All Veterans Group

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    Staff Sgt. Travis Mills, left, makes a safe landing Saturday in Fort Kent. The Associated Press/All Veterans Group

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    Maine first lady Ann LePage skydiving in Fort Kent. WCSH6

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    First lady Ann LePage and Staff Sgt. Travis Mills chat with Gov. Paul LePage and others after skydiving Saturday. Photo courtesy WCSH6

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    Retired Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills

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