Originally, Terry Wilson wanted to be a Marine. But, following a brief education on the recruiting business, Terry opted for the Army instead when he learned his “guaranteed” MOS wasn’t so guaranteed with the Marine Corps. He would eventually become a Combat Engineer with the Army, deploying to Afghanistan where his job was lead Husky vehicle driver, searching for IEDs during route clearance operations. Prior to his assignment as a Husky driver, Terry was blown up by three IEDs in the Buffalo A2 vehicle. In this episode, Terry talks in depth about those experiences, the traumatic brain injury and other IED related injuries that ultimately resulted in receiving the Purple Heart, and what life has been like since his time in Afghanistan, including a deployment there as a civilian. Check it out in this latest episode of HAZARD GROUND!

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| Video of IED Detonation on Terry Wilson’s Vehicle

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