General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson address the gathering at a press conference unveiling a new prototype hand cycle designed to make it easier for wounded veterans to compete in racing events Saturday, December 8, 2012 prior to the Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia, PA. GM will fund the building of 10 prototype hand cycles for use in marathons next year. (Photo by Janette McVey for Chevrolet)
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