Veteran's battle to survive carries him to Hollywood
Gred Gadson, a lieutenant colonel w/ the Second Battalion & 32nd Field Artillery, was returning from a memorial service for 2 soldiers when his vehicle passed a roadside bomb on 5/7/07. Gadson remembers the detonation sending his body tumbling through rubble, then medics placing him on a stretcher in a helicopter, his severed feet sitting in his lap. He awakened days later at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., his legs amputated above the knees.
Burn Victim Sam Brown Treated With Virtual-Reality Video Game SnowWorld
SACRIFICE! First Lieutenant Sam Brown <3 link to his story - This is truly an amazing article. It would be good for the world good to read. It is hard to think of the battles our wounded veterans face after such scars fighting in a strange country for no good reason. And will bring tears to a strong man's face in reading.