In April 2012, Staff Sgt. Travis Mills lost portions of both arms and legs in an IED explosion in Afghanistan. One of just five soldiers in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars to survive a quadruple-amputee injury, Travis’s fight to “never give up, never quit,” will truly challenge the way you face trials in your own life. Sharing his story with the world in the short film Travis: A Soldier’s Story, SSgt. Mills proves that he truly is as tough as they come.
Soldier inspires the world with the story of his life altering injury
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