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I'd answer and undergoing a -- station after a greater degree explosion 2005.
One army were -- became the first in history returned to combat in Afghanistan with just one leg.
Bring -- back to war since then he successfully punted Taliban targets led a squad save the wounded soldier.
And in an ongoing inspiration to anyone who could declares that they are an American joining us right now is that remarkable man sergeant Joseph -- -- And his army red is an army ranger and the author of this newly released book that you have to go by.
Back in the fight along with his wife Kimberly -- -- same -- -- and I'm so proud of myself to getting close to getting that name right.
Who wrote this chapter is through chapters in the book and helped -- do this welcome to both here.
Thank you and I first off you do you know after 9/11 you know what you're doing you're joining.
-- I I actually did and listened -- them delayed entry program my senior year high school may.
September 11 happened a week later -- -- basic training so it's just a great time to join.
And be in the military you're great athlete wrestler they see it you you become an army ranger.
Agreed comes into your -- and it just it blows opulent right.
-- we we're going underneath the overpass were ambushed from above we took some grenades and small arms fire and I've -- -- the vehicle that beat up pretty bad was elected he came home Kimberly.
He quiet hinting quiet just -- no matter what happened he always wanted to go back and hearing turned contained in this -- data.
But when you try to hold -- -- -- for a year and a half he can't do it CC it's so painful let's get rid of it.
And get a -- static and then you say I wanna go back to the fight.
They say it's never been done before why do you want to go back to a fight.
It really comes down to the guys that to serve with the CIA and it left in the guy in -- right we have great camaraderie.
And we and we have a lot of fun and we really believe -- what we're doing.
No kidding and YouTube was at home Kimberly and -- thought of not supporting this effort saying listen.
I almost lost you once not again.
And there's been times that I feel that way for -- like the minute he's leaving but at the end of the day it's what got him back to where he has today it's what he's always fun and Seth.
It's not an option it's I guess it is and see you go back into the fight.
And you don't exactly avoid contact infect you volunteer to take out some snipers and ambush you guys so you're aiming to cut off the enemy -- the -- -- right.
You caught in an avalanche of loose shale and -- down to stop your fault -- deceive yourself you grab a tree.
And he came face to face -- one of the Taliban snipers who have been hiding behind it with your free hand what did you do.
Boom we eliminated them you eliminating this and this is this is like to ramble stuff and if I think -- every -- they would that was a really great mission and that the whole entire platoon.
Got plenty of action there was it is great to see.
Or a ranger platoon to react to contact -- just closer than destroy the enemy.
How priority you can.
-- -- Can you expect this -- that when writing the book.
It was fun it was tough it was harder than I thought it would be and I am learned a lot about my husband through reading at its I didn't know most of the stuff I didn't know about chapter one.
Until I read the book.
While -- favorite stop working on the script -- -- -- -- to go watch a movie like this of your life and you still active and you still in.
-- go to the next chapter did you have to stay safe is that possible.
-- director job we gotta -- get this -- you -- to -- from Memorial Day and read a book great look at the same time go get back in the fight.
Joan Kimberly thanks so much and Q and -- you service appreciate it all right.
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