Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, who lost all four limbs after an IED exploded on his third deployment to Afghanistan in 2012, joined Jenna Lee on "Happening Now" today to give an update on his inspiring story.

GOOD NEWS Quadruple Amputee Vet Opening Retreat for Wounded Warriors & Their Families

Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, who lost all four limbs after an IED exploded on his third deployment to Afghanistan in 2012, joined Jenna Lee on "Happening Now" today to give an update on his inspiring story.

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Details about Military U.S. Army Rank insignia metal sign

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Staff Sergeant U.S. Army - Skilled Enough To Become #StaffSergeantU.S.Army

Staff Sergeant U.S. Army - Skilled Enough To Become

Staff Sergeant U.S. Army - Skilled Enough To Become #StaffSergeantU.S.Army

Ballad of the Beret: The Life and Wars of Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler from the Vietnam War and Pop Stardom ...

Ballad of the Green Beret: The Life and Wars of Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler from the Vietnam War and Pop Stardom ... (Hardcover)

Ballad of the Beret: The Life and Wars of Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler from the Vietnam War and Pop Stardom ...

Orange 05 Staff Sergeant Green Stripe Shift Knob with M16 x 15 Insert

Orange 05 Staff Sergeant Green Stripe Shift Knob with M16 x 15 Insert

Orange 05 Staff Sergeant Green Stripe Shift Knob with x 15 Insert

Staff Sergeant Mark Childs medic in the 4th Infantry Divison. Whenever there was a slow day he would go help all of the locals animals. This photo was taken just north of the Nicaraguan border in 1986 and sent in from Braden Childs - thanks!

Staff Sergeant Mark Childs medic in the 4th Infantry Divison. Whenever there was a slow day he would go help all of the locals animals. This photo was taken just north of the Nicaraguan border in 1986 and sent in from Braden Childs - thanks!

How Barry Sadler’s “The Ballad of the Green Berets” became the No. 1 single of 1966. A little more than 50 years ago, on May 7, 1967, a 26-year-old Green Beret staff sergeant let his term of enlistment expire and took his honorable discharge at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He had served five years, including [...]

How Barry Sadler’s “The Ballad of the Green Berets” became the No. 1 single of 1966. A little more than 50 years ago, on May 7, 1967, a 26-year-old Green Beret staff sergeant let his term of enlistment expire and took his honorable discharge at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He had served five years, including [...]

Brick Forces Minifigure WWII 101st Airborne Staff Sergeant

Brick Forces Minifigure WWII 101st Airborne Staff Sergeant

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An A-20G Havoc of Staff Sergeant Raymond M. Trzeciak’s Unit in Sicily with mission markings. (Personal collection: Staff Sergeant Raymond M. Trzeciak)

An A-20G Havoc of Staff Sergeant Raymond M. Trzeciak’s Unit in Sicily with mission markings. (Personal collection: Staff Sergeant Raymond M. Trzeciak)

About reckless Korean Name: Flame-of-the-Morning (Ah Chim Hai) Bought for: $250 by Lt Eric Pedersen from a young Korean boy (Kim Huk Moon) at the Seoul Race Track Became a Marine: October 26, 1952 Highest Rank: Promoted twice to Staff Sergeant at Camp Pendleton. First time in 1957 by Col. Richard Rothwell, and again in 1959 by the Commandant of the USMC - General Randolph McCall Pate. Height: Around 13.1 hands high Weight: 750-900 lbs Most heroic battle: Battle of Nevada Cities: Outpost V...

About reckless Korean Name: Flame-of-the-Morning (Ah Chim Hai) Bought for: $250 by Lt Eric Pedersen from a young Korean boy (Kim Huk Moon) at the Seoul Race Track Became a Marine: October 26, 1952 Highest Rank: Promoted twice to Staff Sergeant at Camp Pendleton. First time in 1957 by Col. Richard Rothwell, and again in 1959 by the Commandant of the USMC - General Randolph McCall Pate. Height: Around 13.1 hands high Weight: 750-900 lbs Most heroic battle: Battle of Nevada Cities: Outpost V...

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