After some entrance tests for the Marine Corps, 17-year-old Brendan Sullivan discovered his color blindness had gotten increasingly worse. This news disappointed him as it limits the number of jobs available to him in the military. His best friend, Anderson Voges, just completed boot camp and used part of his paycheck to buy Brendan a pair of Enchroma glasses. This is the moment he puts the glasses on and sees the true brilliance of color for the first time.
Marine uses first paycheck to give best friend the gift of color
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