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  • Six amputees and five wingmen who dubbed themselves the "Kilimanjaro Warriors" set out to scale the legendary Mount Kilimanjaro, a nearly 20,000-foot-tall mountain in Tanzania. The climb threatened to subject them to freezing temperatures, blinding snow and rugged terrain. Would they make it to the top? Here is a look at their journey, which begins on Feb.8 from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport with a pit stop in New York City, where police officers escort them from LaGuardia airport to JFK airport.
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  • Eleven climbers emerge from the rainforest in the early stages of the climb.
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  • The "Kilimanjaro Warriors" reach the halfway point in their planned week-long journey to Mount Kilimanjaro's summit.
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  • The warriors pose for a photo with snow caps on the summit in sight.
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  • The warriors climb through the night to reach the summit by sunrise.
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  • On Day 7, the warriors reach 19,341 feet, the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
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  • Bevan Bell captured footage of the warriors' 8-day hike up and down Mount Kilimanjaro.
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  • Sgt. Kisha Makerney, the only woman to rejoin the Army with a prosthetic leg, celebrates reaching the peak.
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