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Fox -- and said nobody moved nobody get hurt it was a crime that rocked America.
Are making a list of people mammoth finally settled -- I think Sinatra junior and.
Hollywood star Frank Sinatra Fox's singing his kidnapped solid.
But -- They edit all they did it for the first time.
On the battlefield and the home from.
-- abroad for work very careful work out -- man's best friend become a super got longer you're with the bill the more he won't work.
And seed this.
Scandal for hours in his most important role -- -- -- providers of our freedom and we don't take their children.
Gary Sinise -- true American here.
-- -- -- -- -- I'm Dana Perino.
I'm Claudia Cowan and that's all next.
On fox -- In the -- of 1963.
Frank Sinatra was on top of the world.
The legendary actor and singer with the leader of the glamorous rat pack which featured the likes of Dean Martin and Sammy Davis junior.
His records regularly made the charts and his movies we're still doing big business at the box office.
He was in the middle of filming another rat pack movie Robin and the seven heights which can start Barbara -- who also happens to be my mother -- You know my name.
What was it like there on the set working with Frank Sinatra.
He loved Dean Martin and they those two were so funny together because I think dean not -- -- -- intimidate -- back at the ball well.
But -- -- just love the way dean was.
Celebrity has always come with a price and for the Sinatra family that price would be a three day nightmare after crossing perhaps with an unemployed 23 year old stockbroker named -- -- Down on his luck he -- calculated that he needed 240000.
Dollars in today's money around one point seven million.
To get is once thriving career back on track.
So I was trying to think of -- -- -- came up.
In -- twisted mind it made perfect sense just grab a celebrity's kid and hold them for ransom.
-- have the means to pay big bucks to get their child back and -- believed he would later pay back the ransom money with interest in your head this was just going to be.
Yes it's exactly start making -- list.
People -- balance bullets through her original.
Including Bob hope's son -- hope and -- mention and I finally settled on Frank Sinatra junior.
The nineteen year old son of old blue eyes was attempting to forge his own career as a -- and had recently begun singing with the Tommy Dorsey orchestra.
-- -- -- -- 27 year old John -- played trumpet in the orchestra fox files tracked him down to his home in Maine he just wanted to be -- him.
But what made the younger Sinatra such an appealing target fourteen.
He was slight of build so if you're trying to run or something we could contain him without hurting him.
And an and I whose father was well known for being tough guy and hanging out with -- And -- I thought he can handle the stress so.
So writing a business plan for this affair and I called the plan of operation.
Just like -- -- -- files doing real estate deal.
His new plan of operation would require some seed money.
But Keenan was broke as the result of a car accident.
And disable me.
And got addicted to pain medication.
-- already alcoholic.
And so my thinking was not very clear.
Very -- -- May have been down and out but his good friend dean -- was flush with cash.
He and his singing partner -- -- had just have a number one hit the previous summer with their song surf city.
Keenan approached -- with his new business plan.
I'm not to say anything until I had finished -- presentation.
It was here underneath the statue of Tommy Trojan on -- campus of the University of Southern California where dean Torrence was a student studying graphics.
That he -- very keen and would meet to discuss -- bizarre plan to make some fast cash.
We had done business deals together in this -- in my mind just another opportunity.
Did he tell you he thought you were crazy.
-- what did you say.
I think that you know I'm crazy good -- should loan me 500 dollars and won't Molly and let you back -- class.
And he gave you more than one check throughout this whole area.
Three or four.
Keenan used the money to hire some help with the kidnapping plan.
The first call went to his mother's ex boyfriend up 42 year old house painter named Sean -- He had fallen on hard times when I was making a lot of money and I sent him and his family you know post housing in the car and so DOD yeah the only ones and so I called letting him.
And so he reluctantly agreed -- along.
-- and began -- Sinatra and discovered that Sinatra junior was appearing at the Arizona state fair in early November of 1963.
So he and -- flew to Phoenix with the intention of snatching him there.
But realizing they had made some key mistakes including leaving their fingerprints on a hotel phone they decided to abort their mission.
-- -- Arizona was -- -- -- and -- so forget about Keenan didn't forget about it.
Hell bent on pulling it off -- recruited another front a 23 year old -- diver named Joseph chancellor to help them with this plan.
He talked Irwin -- to rejoining the team and they may plans to grab Sinatra from Los angeles' ambassador hotel the day they picked Friday.
November 22 1963.
The same -- president John F.
Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.
Was weeping and he was completely.
Joseph was devastated as well and they were all -- him.
It wasn't long before Keenan was thinking about his next move.
-- -- So the hardest part was to get either George on to even answer my phone calls.
But eventually prevail and I knew if I mention anything about the abduction.
That Joseph would walk off -- so -- let's -- late -- and look for jobs.
In early December -- -- and chancellor drove to Lake Tahoe open which straddles Nevada and California.
But chancellor got the sense he had been duped when that you drove past Paris Club.
There's Frank Sinatra junior and Helen forests on the marquee -- -- Tommy Dorsey orchestra.
And -- almost hit me.
I can't say on this interview Lou expletives that he had came out with but he was very upset and you didn't want -- upset Joseph who's usually.
Very tough guy I said don't worry about a -- just a coincidence.
So eventually calm down.
That we ran out of money.
We -- -- -- -- on June and get back to LA.
At around 9:30 PM on the freezing night of December 8.
Keenan and a very nervous JoAnne Wheeler crept up to -- -- seventeen Ed Harris is outlawed.
Inside frank junior and trumpeter Jon Foster had just finished dinner before that night's show.
I've raised my hand to knock on the door and -- -- -- -- know and I usually.
That's why we're here knocked on the door and Frank -- command.
Definitive package for frank junior.
Rory walked Darren.
Put the box down on the floor.
Straightened out for his.
Glove off the -- small.
Revolt in his pocket from your face things -- And I said nobody moved them to get hurt and at that point being here.
Made -- -- right around the floor talk titled John fox and then and -- you know when -- take mr.
Sinatra down the car.
-- -- -- -- -- -- It hit -- overrated but it realtors rightfully he wanted to.
Be out of commission.
-- and it's very object where.
-- needed more hurt and -- grateful for.
After hustling Sinatra into the back seat of their car and blind folding and Keenan and chancellor began the 450.
Mile drive back to Los Angeles in a blinding snow storm.
I ran downstairs.
And banged on the door of the manager -- motel and I convinced him that he needed to -- sheriff's office.
I mean that's very limited.
The police quickly set up roadblocks to try and -- the kidnappers.
We didn't give -- sleeping pill and some miscues I knew that we would eventually run into roadblocks excellence and different -- -- -- allowing -- play and if you do your part there's no reason for.
And you're just going to be sleeping all.
And you actually made it through roadblocks in his that was set up specifically to Frank Sinatra junior that's correct.
So we've got back to LA in the rest is history.
It -- a pretty big ripples for.
-- the leader.
With a dazed and runs a nineteen year old Frank Sinatra junior in the backseat -- the kidnappers tied to their -- in the early morning hours of December ninth.
The kidnappers held Sinatra captive here at this house in the Los Angeles suburb of -- -- -- park.
-- -- for a place that didn't have neighbors your mind that I can.
Keep frank junior.
While we were doing the deal.
When he got the news of his son's kidnapping a stunned and frantic Sinatra abandon them Robin and the seven -- production.
And immediately flew to about -- on Sunday night.
A snowstorm prevented him from getting to Lake Tahoe so he established his own command center at the Mapes hotel in Reno.
The FBI was called -- and this man 44 year old FBI agent.
I have two questions had to ask him right.
One was what young frank do this.
Just to get some publicity they said -- -- It would never do this or rather than actually -- asked him do you think they're the mob has had to make connection with the kidnapping.
He said the home.
On Monday morning in Los Angeles my mother -- -- barber -- Arrived on the Warner Bros.
lot to resume filming Robin and the seven.
What's the choreographer came.
And she's had -- of something -- happen.
This -- not to have to -- I had heard on condition that seemed that day.
And this visit in musical number and I said but I could be good today -- -- because frank junior had been kidnapped.
I smitten with.
He's -- that that Frank Sinatra's.
And has visited that you must be joking.
That morning crazed kidnap her very -- and decided to drive the nearly 500 miles back to Lake Tahoe.
To check out of this hotel and get rid of any lingering evidence Frank Sinatra junior remained in the can -- -- parked right out with JoAnne Wheeler and -- Irwin.
It was one folder almost entirely.
And it was he mistreated.
Not mistreated now both John and -- assured.
Frank Sinatra junior and as long as he cooperated they would protect -- from the higher ups -- we have these mythical higher Serena come and beat him out of he did.
During that time they became close all three of.
22 hours after his son was kidnapped Frank Sinatra got his first call from the kidnappers.
Only told him that junior was safe and to expect more calls.
The next morning at 11 AM they called again and Sinatra was instructed to go to a pay phone in a gas station in Carson City, Nevada.
And -- yet another call.
I kept telling him -- Once we've got them on the phone.
I want you to keep them on the phone as long as you can.
To Trace the call.
They were able to Trace the phone from Los Angeles and he -- doctor -- just took.
Find out -- he was safe they told us then.
That they -- -- -- 242000.
Sinatra was told the next call would come that night at ex wife -- home in Bel Air California.
Sinatra chartered a plane to get them back to LA.
In the coming days Ellison and his team turned -- -- home into an FBI command center.
Sinatra's daughter Tina who was then fifteen years old.
Told fox -- exclusively about the family's ordeal and what it was like having the FBI living in their home.
They were cowboys and ever polite but they would not.
Indulge in conversation.
And how they would jump in the count accurately although we all week three they jump it was just.
One moment to -- the whole thing with -- and strain.
What Frank Sinatra like I mean was he composed was he frantic he would call on he talked to -- kidnappers.
He called he questions and he answered questions properly.
And he conducted himself really very well.
I found him 107 and quiet and economic with his -- he barely.
Didn't need much than others -- Then Sinatra got the call he was waiting for the kidnappers told him to go to -- Texaco station near Bel Air -- was at that point.
I folder that Beck call would be they couldn't -- it.
The person carrying.
The money one of Nelson's FBI agents actually made the ransom drop at around 11 PM that night.
A series of phone calls led the agent to a parking lot filled with school buses.
Where he left the bag that contained 240000.
Dollars between two parked buses.
Were at the FBI not not not keeping an eye on this -- -- apparently they could not get close enough to it and he was ordered did win.
Drop them ransom money and -- they told him and after he left.
Then they would drop -- on frank off -- that he would be released.
Chancellor and Keenan or watching the drop that chancellor suddenly panicked jolt his -- the FBI guys.
I too little in the sense that the veterans on terror so I had to go pick up the money myself -- never did cover.
Them coming out.
That marketing not with grants -- -- -- got away -- away at that point -- Following a call from Keenan.
John Irwin -- and knocked her junior Roth at the Mulholland over passable for a five freeway near bell player at around 2 in the morning.
When frank started to walk and every time you would -- -- -- arc of it would inducted into the bushes.
-- you thought maybe the kidnappers.
Would go back and pick it up and then there's -- patrol corkum.
And -- killed.
Took it back this.
That is about -- Everybody was -- -- publicity stunt.
Mother's house after.
As you guys report.
The first thing we all wanted to do it had been -- him everywhere we were all worried that they started it yeah.
After the kidnapping my mother Barbara Rush and Frank Sinatra never did get to do the musical number in Robin and the seven bullets.
We -- tell very Keenan that he -- myself.
If they thought it would be another singing in the rain.
And they have -- a lot of numbers including one -- my mom was going to be and she's better.
A lot of people get hurt from these kinds of crimes and that.
We're totally innocent bystanders and very sorry for the -- the first time ever heard about it.
The day after junior was returned home the Sinatra's had a party for frank senior who turned 48 years old that day.
But frank wasn't the only one receiving gifts.
I cannot take a present.
It is against the law and said well open a box.
And take a look -- outcomes as.
And it watch and on the back they have.
For -- we love you also doctors.
You can't give it back to us.
After writing this letter to FBI director.
The day after Sinatra's birthday the case was cracked wide open -- on -- -- confessed his involvement to his brother who alerted the FBI.
Within hours Keenan and chancellor were also in custody.
Despite having given -- money for the plot dean Torrence was never charged.
When I am as -- and Owens trial began in February of 1964.
The defense took the strategy of blaming the victim to dizzying new heights.
Ever the manipulator it was -- -- -- -- Every time I talked to a lawyer it was.
And truce in the publicity stunt everybody assures.
But that gave me the idea.
All three had their own lawyers John Orleans attorney was the flamboyant Gladys route known for wearing outlandish hats to court.
She pays -- this month in her opening statement -- reclaimed the whole thing was a hoax orchestrated by frank junior purely for publicity.
In this trial transcript obtained by fox files -- labeled the kidnapping quote an advertising ski.
And -- plan contractual agreement -- Sinatra family was outraged.
I remember it mostly being -- extended and and by.
-- -- It was really.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Very bad.
But the jury did it why it after six week trial -- found guilty.
Joseph and I were sentenced to life plus 75 years.
And John who was not in the physical -- sentenced to sixteen years and months.
But none of those sentences were actually -- -- No.
The story takes another strange twist when a series of evaluations and -- Eagles got their sentences drastically cut.
So that they were all back on the street by 1968.
Very keen and would go want to become a very successful and sober real estate developer.
How does that happen.
Dean Torrance comes back into the picture when I got out of prison he through a fund -- party -- And I use that money to get back in the real estate business.
In the ninety's -- and tried to cash in again with the making of a movie about the kidnapping.
In 1998 -- not -- citing California's son of Sam law which prohibits criminals from profiting from their crimes.
The fact that you might think of -- Barry K then his movies.
Frank Sinatra Jim.
That's when the first amendment's most important.
-- lawyer Steven Brody took the case all the way to the California Supreme Court which overturned the law in 2002.
There are times when that speech is unpopular but.
Under the First Amendment we're gonna defend free -- Almost five decades later Frank Sinatra junior who declined -- request for an interview is still performing at age 68.
John Irwin and Joseph chancellor are deceased and very Keenan is 72 years old.
You're not the same areas where that now I'm maybe -- -- little crazy but I'm not -- with -- And it was obviously a very insane.
Act if Frank Sinatra junior was sitting in my chair right now what would you wanna -- him.
Heartily sorry for the -- this whole.
On going mess that never has gotten resolved.
It really violated my -- he believed in our legal system and yeah.
I think it was something that.
We would dictate -- I'm on -- while we say 00120.
Days and later we're trying -- As many as we can because they've given so much -- Good.
We're hearing Grand Central Terminal in New York City.
Every day 700000.
People passed it here which means that super dogs like Collins.
Have a very important job to do especially in a post 9/11 world.
Here's what it takes to become a four legged heroes.
Before they can do this they all start out this.
Hot science cameras got a first -- look at the Department of Defense military working dog program at -- air force base.
It's where puppies learn to become -- here.
Credit for us nearly 9000 acres in San Antonio Texas the base is home to the 341.
Training squadron the purpose is to procure train and -- handlers and dogs US army sergeant first class -- Stevens.
Is course chief -- the dog training school at -- Columbus.
Also known nothing to being able to do -- that they do overseas and in law enforcement.
We say zero to hero and a 120 days.
-- arrive for training these four legged heroes have a long and storied history of serving on the battlefield.
During World War II the military officially began training dogs to fight.
And canine handler teams continue to train -- document.
Good and defend our freedom and home field.
Nearly 3000 dogs currently work for the military's don't -- Which revealed -- windows to detect explosives and narcotics building searching scouting like looking for someone in an open field.
Possibly a missing child or a suspect crime.
But now we're doing explosive training dogs are approximately day about date 25 in training it's in the -- hadn't seen her -- job is to go find it.
So when they do find -- the -- to sit.
To your moments away.
I think some training that the.
It was actually a game which is nice because you know they really really trial -- these dogs may look cute playful but they are fiercely intelligent creatures.
Depending on the -- their noses can detect up to 100 times better than me park.
We use primarily German shepherd -- are working dogs.
Because those are results that are most easily available doctor Stuart Hilliard is manager of -- -- military working dog green.
German shepherds have been known worldwide is working -- Ever since the days of -- We all see is a kind of dog all the Belgian Malinois.
-- -- that there 100 Belgian Malinois opportunities every year.
-- line is a very tough -- today.
-- -- -- -- -- -- This dog is similar to ultimate super dog high rent.
The famous Belgian Malinois who was on the bin Laden raid.
There -- for workers crowd for work.
It's strictly how they perform.
This little -- we'll -- was born about six weeks ago in this facility.
When the cubbies are about nine weeks old black.
-- -- to Foster families in the local community the Foster homes keep them until about seven months of age.
And bring them back to us for testing and we decide which dogs show the promise of being good working dogs as adults and which dogs just wanna be passed.
That's because of the nature of what we do dogs are going to be exposed to higher levels of stress thing here your typical.
-- -- So would you want them to have a certain nerves of steel -- fuel.
Some of our -- going to be law enforcement dogs if they don't make -- filter working out.
This police K nine responded to the Newtown Connecticut -- Another job working in law enforcement is -- Stockpiles met up with him and his handler Metropolitan Transportation Authority police officer Doug Joseph.
This canine unit is helping to lead the fight against terrorism in the Big Apple.
What would leave it is trapped.
So in the NCAA quietly eating -- for -- -- our primary concern is export.
On the planet system in the metro area tell me how important not to become in the last several years to American security what the -- lets us do was move around.
Or whether any place and time they're pretty versatile -- lucky to have.
And get this in 2010 after the Pentagon spent four years and seventeen billion dollars researching IED detection.
They announced that nothing is better than a dog.
Having a dog on point is very very important.
And they have saved my -- Coming up.
The unbreakable bond of this marine and her dog Rex.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Dogs aren't the only ones receiving training and so our military working dog handlers.
Keep raising the longer you're with the bill the more he wants to work yeah.
Before they're ready to -- with their dogs and handlers first need to experience what it's like on the receiving end of a dog in attack.
Imperative that we train as we fight that we make training that are real to try to expose -- dog team to.
Something that they'll actually be exposed to.
And -- They say that a dog -- a man's and a woman's best friend.
For marine corporal -- Levy not even distance to break the powerful bond between this handler and her dog Rex.
I'll admit that I -- up next he was just a great work and -- their bond was -- at Camp Pendleton in California.
And on the battlefields of Iraq I got to steal a lot of things and now that.
Many other female Marines got to do I was working infantry units in September 2006.
While on patrol during their second deployment.
In -- volatile city of ramadi.
And wives of these two Marines changed forever.
We -- clearing the relevance of insurgents are watching us from a rooftop.
Just literally is allegedly got a certain point eight detonated an -- that was carried.
I was knocked unconscious and down like a couple feet and -- Just like please be -- beliefs don't -- him.
Reg start is Rachel that sound he had a hard time walking people pavlik this genetics tests from -- excellence really.
Changed dog after that -- suffered traumatic brain injury from the attacks.
After recovering she retired from the -- and moved back home to New York IA tragic objects ever since I was getting out.
Partially for the rank and unfortunately for me.
He got better and -- was able to work me you know as a good asset and Corey Clark.
They're working life right now -- about eight to ten years air force tech sergeant Joseph Knoll as a former dog handler.
In as the military working dog adoption coordinator at lack.
-- -- constantly rotating in and out of places like Iraq and Afghanistan and in other countries in the Middle East.
It's taken some some working time off of their long did it.
In November 2000 congress passed -- -- allowing suitable retired military working dogs to be adopted.
Tired of the year 2000 -- really weren't adopted too often most of them or read the night in the last two and a half years almost.
800 -- have been adopted out.
Currently more than 90% of America's super dogs are adopted by their former handlers.
Barbara Levy is one of them she and -- were reunited but it wasn't as easy as she'd hoped.
Yes things in his medical record.
That say not adaptable because he's an attack -- and you know he's to be really aggressive -- -- that.
Worried that the military might -- -- -- Rex may not support for New York senator Chuck Schumer is office to assist with the adopt.
-- kind of want to be proactive in.
This letting people -- are back story and then I'm really -- to take care of he really is a good dog.
In April 2012.
Nagin got her wish Rex was officially retired at Camp Pendleton.
Coming home with her we just went through so much together and that's why it was so important for me soon have them after an -- and get him.
You know life that he deserves outside of the -- he's been working for letting it -- and that's old for a dog he did three deployments so.
You know I just think that he deserves the best life that he can tallies are tired and I'm just trying to get him.
-- -- OK that's next on fox times.
As much bigger then my acting career.
After -- -- Didn't -- I he dedicated.
Bringing some entertainment.
Comfort and a personal sense of appreciation for our armed forces around the world that's a wonderful cause there was a role that I could play and supporting.
Our men and women in uniform by going out and visiting them.
On -- It's important that.
That in many in the know there's a lot of people out there that support you could face is recognizable and handshakes and warm greetings our sincere.
New other providers of our freedom and we don't take -- program.
And there's -- acting here.
But make no mistake Gary Sinise is an actor's actor and an Academy Award nominee.
He's played a dirty cop this today.
-- -- -- He's playing good cop give me some good news.
My fourteen year old daughter broke up with her boyfriend.
Astronaut M I wasn't perfect -- is just too much fuel and a president.
Feel -- the moon stars and all the planets have fallen on me.
For nearly a decade -- -- in -- -- classic rock cover band that -- hundreds of thousands of miles to entertain our troops around the world.
You have -- -- loved it.
Oh yeah all right it's a very high energy show it keeps -- we just keep pumping the songs.
Sinise is beginning deaths since his first USO tour in 2003.
Often -- cameras in Iraq that year and plus he's playing -- during an impromptu performance and singer Chris -- A lot of the energized by that experience in 2004.
He -- the lieutenant Dan yeah.
Named after his character double amputee lieutenant Dan Taylor from the classic Forrest -- -- -- you -- new music audited dining.
Embracing that role some nieces forged an unbreakable bond with America's wounded warrior.
That is a role that a lot of people remember.
You for possibly for most people.
That you from you know -- problems.
They -- -- excited about him today.
Tennis fans excited about seeing him.
Didn't ever get tiresome being so close again I'm just one -- well I realized at a certain point that it and meant something -- that because it's.
A resilient story of somebody goes -- -- catastrophic injury.
Harman do now but then comes out on top at the end fifteen and -- -- -- We've got to -- so if I just except in the fact that have the role as larger meaning than just character in the movie.
Need to get a job now is starting at detective Mac -- on television's popular CSI New York.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- He showed a shot mostly in Los Angeles where Gary gave -- floor of the set buses.
Mac Taylor's office here so you see there's some military stuff over here.
As I said.
Former marine and this role really appealed to you because of that background yeah.
We made him a former marine who actually hadn't served.
In Beirut in 1980 tree -- we lost so many Marines at that time so he's of Beirut veteran.
Off the set is constantly on the road and -- lieutenant Dan band -- element.
There -- supported sometimes I have to.
Places on Friday Saturday Sunday which means I have to work around the television -- yet with the -- They've done over forty USO -- countless -- month.
Stockpiles recently invited onboard the bans private plane to fly for free by American Airlines and they flew off to play Fort Bragg North Carolina.
We're on our way back to Fort Bragg and now we have a lot better reason it right back.
So it's going to be a good welcome home event.
-- We had this.
Thousands of people there.
Really in need.
Great morale booster and show of appreciation -- was -- I I totally cut us off tonight I've played hundreds of these shows seen.
Hit him every time it's great.
Coming up I yeah.
Just weeks after after Gary Sinise and his lieutenant Dan band played for the the fruits of Fort Bragg creek flew into.
New York City.
One of the programs that we support.
And that we partner with us with an organization called the Stephen -- tunnel to towers foundation.
And there an organization was founded by the family of Stephen seller.
Who was a firefighter killed on 9/11 so every year they do something on the tunnel to towers run -- raise money for the -- -- tunnel to towers and -- Okay.
It's led to the solutions.
Relationships with some of the most extraordinary people like him.
Some of those extraordinary people -- the wounded warriors who have sacrificed so much for this country in the past decade alone.
Service men and women have been physically injured Afghanistan and Iraq.
Sergeant Adam -- became a triple amputee in Afghanistan this.
My personal my first run.
I have my legs on -- my arms summits and do my best analog -- another run at them -- -- And -- put on this prosthetics.
And walked three and a half miles.
How -- prosthetics through -- time it took him along time to get through that three and a half miles but he was he's one of these it's.
He's just to be said you gonna do something and he's got he's he's not gonna staff and he went all the way.
30000 people ran clock wound healed themselves from the tunnel that.
Eleven years here.
Tiger and -- here.
Since 2010 -- has found another way to help the wounded warriors he founded -- Gary Sinise foundation.
Which along with the -- to -- foundation has committed to a program called building homes for heroes.
They construct what are called Smart homes for triple and quadruple amputee veteran.
We try to make these homes.
Meet the needs of the particular wounded warriors by.
Crafting a Smart technology into -- -- things that make.
Much more manageable for somebody who's going to have that challenge for the rest of their lives.
Everybody is an outstanding opportunity in our lives and give us -- that Michael -- lost both arms.
And was burned over 85% of his body humbling -- Roadside bomb around if underestimate the difficulties that have been around the house trying to get things it's -- having -- towers came together this idea of how.
These guys -- You know I -- home.
Choked up and there's so many of them.
And we're trying to help as many as we can because they've given so much for us after the run the lieutenant Dan band -- his days.
-- -- -- thinking -- so.
And intensely about.
Soldiers at about the first responders was just a privilege to be able to support these folks and that's why -- -- -- -- -- lieutenant -- Was no.
Coincidence lieutenant and because talks about his -- you know when he was destined to do -- I think was my destiny to.
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