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A lot of it is actually -- people with this sort of fallen heroes fund this has sort of -- remarkable marvelous organizations -- -- bottom -- about a minor role in Canada.
But triage of the first modern forms.
But also what do you do now.
To the work that we do now with the machine continues we're working with wounded and disabled veterans to help them to rebuild a sense of purpose here at home on what we found is that the most serious injury is not -- they've lost their eyesight their hearing and they've been burned.
But it really comes if they lose their sense of purpose.
And so we do is we don't give charity we we give them a challenge and the challenges -- find a way to continue to serve again here in our community.
This all came about after my unit was hit by -- suicide truck bomb in -- I was very fortunate and -- my wounds were minor I was able to escape with minor injuries I was treated at the solutions surgical hospital one.
I was able to return to duty 72 hours later.
But a lot of my friends were hurt worse than Iowa -- and when I went back to visit with them and visit with wounded Marines at Bethesda naval hospital.
They all told me that they wanted to find a way to continue to serve.
And so I donated my combat pay.
Two friends put in money from -- disability checks and we use that to start the machine continues.
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Yeah you know one of the things I had a lot of wonderful teachers I had a lot of wonderful teachers he taught me that went nine gauged in service to others I was really able to make a difference and I started doing some of that work in high school at some fantastic boxing coaches.
Who were really demanding of me and yet we're also compassion and I had some great teachers.
In college some great teachers in the navy seal teams.
And all of them -- kind of reinforce this ethic of being both courageous thing and compassionate -- the last time Iran and Afghanistan.
I haven't been personally in Afghanistan since 2003.
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And our Navy SEALs are trying to do what you do current -- -- Saw they're going to be successful -- On a mission worth pursuing.
Afghanistan's a really tough mission and I and I think the most important thing that we have to get right in Afghanistan is to know exactly what we're doing -- -- were doing it we sometimes make this we failed to make distinctions between al-Qaeda.
And the -- mom and building and democracy in Afghanistan and some people equate all three and they say that.
He had a build a democracy in order to root out the Talabani in order to get rid of al-Qaeda and I don't you know one of the things I talk around -- this is that I actually don't see that that's a natural logical progression.
-- some people.
Who are -- Qaeda terrorists -- represented a threat to the United States and they absolutely need to be killed.
There -- other people members of the -- -- people in Afghanistan who we should be reaching out to in forming alliances with -- American.
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To every of every hitter comes home from there so well thank you guys to publish -- and soon.
Well thank you I'm I'm I'm really really excited about getting in on the world I think that you know what's what's -- thing is I found as we've gotten the book out that everybody has their own phone line.
And wounded and disabled veterans have their front lines but everybody has a front line in their life and I think that the front line is the place where your hopes for yourself.
And hopes of the people that you love come right up against the reality that the world presents to you.
And I think that in order to triumph on those front lines it does take the -- in the -- you have to be both courageous and compassionate mannerisms or not to patronize or -- -- journalism remarkable story south African Americans agent and program so.
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