If you’re looking for motivation, or simply inspiration to never, ever quit, then you should listen to this episode with Green Beret, Nick Lavery. Nick enlisted in the Army to become a Green Beret after he graduated college in 2007. Since earning his Special Forces tab, Lavery took shrapnel from a rocket-propelled grenade to his shoulder, leaving a sizable wound; he was shot in the face; and ultimately lost part of his right leg from machine gun fire, all in three separate encounters with the enemy. For all three injuries, Lavery insisted on and has returned to combat as soon as possible, making him the first special operator to return to combat as an above-the-knee amputee. Hear his incredible story on this latest edition of HAZARD GROUND!

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Comments (1)
  1. I know Nick personally. He has been at our house on a number of occasions. He was on the same team as our grandson. There are no words to describe how much I respect and admire about them.

    My grandson was 5 years old when he said he was going to be a Green Beret. He has been one for a long time! Like Nick, wounded more than once.

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