Boy with hydrocephalus was a soldier for a day in the Mexican Army

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The Mexican Army, through the Ninth Military Zone, based in Sinaloa, held its traditional event called “Soldier for a Day” in which They received the minor Juan Pablo, a young man who suffers from Myelomeningocele and hydrocephalus, but how received as a battle hero.


The event was chaired by Lt. Cor. Inf. Adan Landeros Espinoza, Cmte. of 11/o. Motorized Infantry Group, and everything necessary to facilitate Juan Pablo's transfers was considered in it, since he cannot walk, and he was accompanied by his Father, Mother and other Relatives.

The young man's index card was created and he was given a TIM, valid for one day, as an Honorary Soldier. He was provided with a uniform tailored to the child's needs and a tour was taken in Vehicles inside this Military Field. .


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