Updated: Aug 21
Retired Sergeant Rob Jones served in the Marines as a combat engineer and was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. On July 22nd 2010 in Afghanistan, while trying to clear an area for possible IEDs, Rob stepped on a pressure plate which led to a fierce explosion where he immediately lost his lower legs and nearly lost his life.
In this episode, you will hear Rob’s amazing journey of survival and recovery from the point of injury to rehabilitation. He has been able to do some amazing things such as medaling in rowing in the Paralympics, riding a bike across the country, and running 31 marathons in 31 days. He provides a unique perspective on military medicine through his experience as a wounded warrior and shares his encouraging story of turning a potential tragedy into a pathway of meaning and inspiration to veterans and many others.
Rob shares many insights and lessons learned during his amazing journey and provides valuable advice for all listeners. You don't want to miss this episode!
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