Back in Action
An American Soldier's Story of Courage, Faith, and FortitudeUnknown - 2006
Tells the whole gripping story: from the day he had to tell his pregnant wife that he was going to war (Valentine's Day 2003) and deployed for Operation Iraqi Freedom, to the fateful day four months later when a land mine tore off his right foot - and beyond, through months of agonizing rehabilitation to his final triumphant recertification as "Fit for Duty." [The author], who has been awarded the Bronze Star with Valor and the Purple Heart, speaks with brisk frankness about his post-amputation battles and the gritty determination that saw him through. He recounts his inspiring battle through rehabilitation, as he learned to walk with a prosthetic foot and did his utmost to prove he still had the stuff to be a soldier: completing five sprint-distance triathlons, an Olympic-distance triathlon, the New York City Marathon, and skiing, snowboarding, and mountain climbing through Disabled Sports USA.
Publisher: [Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audio, 2006.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 sound file (6.5 hr.))