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On "Fox & Friends" Wednesday, we heard the inspiring story of Marine Sgt. Bryan Weber, who just donated a kidney to a fellow Marine.

Marine veteran Dave Ford, 54, was told he needed a new kidney in 2014 and had been on dialysis ever since in Jacksonville, Florida.

Weber, 22, stepped up when he learned of Ford's condition and saw that he was the same blood type. Both are doing well after the successful transplant last month at the Mayo Clinic.

"It just seemed like a no-brainer," said Weber.

Ford said the two were always friendly with each other around the office, talking football. He said Weber's gesture embodies what it means to be a Marine.

"We're always faithful to one another. We don't believe in leaving one behind," said Ford.

Watch the interview above.

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