Wounded military veterans help children with disabilities
Wounded military veterans help children with disabilities Wounded military veterans help children with disabilitiesBody today our Warriors and their young players, America, strong and on the battlefield – they are Warriors helping 17 children here at Camp, each with the disability and each of them with a hero to look up to the children, are missing a limb and for some it’s the First time, they’re in the game Virginia Beach Virginia that was Warriors for waiting for that retired Lance corporal Joshua G, now coach. I was in Afghanistan and our vehicle hit a 280 and it cut both my legs off with a below-the-knee amputee softball team. They compete around the country against teams with players who haven’t seen War who have not been injured. They play hard. They want these children to know they could do it to Christy filbrun through from Ohio to get her two children. Here. It’S a powerful example to the kids. I don’t put on socks and shoes in the morning after Lily Strap legs tonight, my body to be able to walk. So I mean life tamy perspective and I can share that with other anybody else, but comes out time to send me this big hello back. We are grateful to those Wounded Warriors and so are the family’s children on the field. They deserve the kids, so we bring them out, teach them how we’ve gotten through it, but we also learn from them to We Salute the coaches on The Player’s goodnight ABC News: YouTube channel watch live event. Coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching For a week in Virginia, members of the USA Patriots amputee softball team share life lessons and fun with a group of youngsters at camp.