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Wounded veterans go to extremes in sports program – Japanese siblings accept WWII soldier’s flag from US veteran

When a veteran comes home injured their life has already changed forever. Not just in a physical sense but in a mental one as well. This article discuss a unique way in which our soldiers regain their confidence and learn to move forward with a product life. Our wounded veterans are encouraged to challenge their perceived limitations. Read this article to learn how some wounded veterans lives are changed for the better.

Key Takeaways:

  • No Boundaries is a sports program in the Colorado mountains, specifically designed to help wounded combat veterans.
  • The program requires participants to endure tough mental and physical training to take on extreme sports like skiing and zip-lining.
  • The program is the brain-child of Molly Raymond, a traumatic brain-injury sufferer and sports enthusiasts, who defied her doctors to return to the sport she loved.

“He pictured bullies making fun of his braces and his prosthetic. But he pushed himself to mountain climb and he did.”

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