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Such a great story he was told he would never walk again but our next guest is doing a humble -- more than that.
Marine Corps veteran -- desire is lost his leg due to complications from an IED explosion.
In Iraq that was back in 2006.
Now not only is keep walking but he is climbing -- transferred cause.
Yes indeed and joining us now is -- sire himself.
This is a phenomenal story to see which you've gone through and overcome.
Beginning with an -- explosion that you incurred while you were serving in harm's way you can tell us what happened from that moment on to this.
You know -- happens since explosion and you know since then I've been in your retired from the military.
And -- going through the whole process of you know recovering.
From an injury you know it's definitely.
You know change my life in the fact that.
You know given a second chance in the biggest thing for me getting out was you know.
Yeah I missed that I want to still held my friends and through climbing.
And a sense of honor.
What will we started as a series of climbs to raise money.
For the special operations warrior foundation wise that's such an important foundation to you it's an important foundation because I've seen firsthand you know the families benefited from it and what organization does is it provides full college tuition to.
The children of special operations personnel -- come better training so.
And I'm just really so impressed with the story.
You started climbing.
At a time or most of us and you can't do when he sank and yet you prove that it can be done yes.
And -- and that's and another thing that.
We hope to get across through these -- as the fact you know.
Another whole thing -- awareness you have so many people coming back injured and dumb but it's also something that.
Everyday person could relate to -- -- Bruins don't.
You know with hardships and how to do that.
Put on the biggest thing -- -- lenses we want inspired through you know and not giving up and overcoming -- that same client -- -- right there yes.
Yes -- did you do that I did that this past July.
The beautiful experience and what is your next fun going to be -- so the next climate is January 12 the seventeenth they were going -- you Mal Washington to do ice climbing so how.
And move at all I have to ask you you know we -- here we complain.
Over our lives and times we have everything we are able -- we got our legs.
You know what is it about you that that makes you able to be so strong and have such a this and so brains and so positive.
Com you know I I believe that.
I could have to have handled the situation either way could be absolutely miserable or I could be positive and try to help -- just like I said before I was given a second chance and dumb.
You know it's kept me positive and all -- -- is -- be able -- how about the Stanley.
That's what -- sire god bless you man thank you for your service to this country has very obvious that it's -- very -- -- -- -- to -- -- -- special operations -- -- you can go to what we're -- -- -- -- -- www.
-- A sense of honor dot org or FOX & Friends dot com and you are remarkable man god bless you.
Let us know how at all how it all goes to absolutely everything to hide your failure but from Brooklyn right yes you can organize that are broken a little light on your front line.
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