This Quadruple Amputee Inspires Wounded Veterans

In April 2012, former Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills was critically injured during his third tour of duty, losing both arms and both legs. One year later, he and his wife Kelsey founded the Travis Mills Foundation to help post-9/11 veterans who had been injured in active duty or as a result of their service.

As the head of this non-profit, Travis shares what happened on that tragic day he became one of five surviving quadruple amputees from the wars in Afghanistan and how that event inspired him to build a community for other wounded veterans. From archery to kayaking, Travis and his team provide barrier-free activities to help veterans injured in service get their joy in life back.

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