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Bad, Complex, and Definitely: @nubgunner "One day we were tasked to clear a section of road when we were setup in a complex ambush. We took fire from a house where some of my guys dismounted and started to clear when they took fire. So I was the lead humvee driver with the 50. Cal on top. I drove down to get in better position to suppress the Threat when I was hit by a massive IED that threw my truck and flipped it. Ejected my Gunner into The court yard by the house my guys were in. They were able to get to him first. I was then trapped inside the humvee. Some how I crawled over the two radios and Blue Force Tracker out the right rear that was sheeted off. My Doc got to patted me down and then we took more fire as we ran back up toward the rear of our trucks as they suppressed the Threat. In the entire time we had no back up, no medical evacuation and had to drive 15-20 minutes to get a evacuation helo. I had 2nd and 3rd degree burns on my hands legs arms pretty bad. My hands are the worst. Lost all my fingers and a lot of use in my hands. But with that all happening it was definitely a long road to recovery. I was retired in 09,After getting out I earned a degree in His from Ohio State and started a family where I'm the stay at home Mr. Mom Now. But my real passion is guns and gear. There's nothing that I don't ever not do really. I still shoot really well, it may have taken me a long time to figure out how but I always find a way around things. I never let it get me down." @nubgunner πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
Bad, Complex, and Definitely: @nubgunner "One day we were tasked to clear a section of road when we were setup in a complex ambush. We took fire from a house where some of my guys dismounted and started to clear when they took fire. So I was the lead humvee driver with the 50. Cal on top. I drove down to get in better position to suppress the Threat when I was hit by a massive IED that threw my truck and flipped it. Ejected my Gunner into The court yard by the house my guys were in. They were able to get to him first. I was then trapped inside the humvee. Some how I crawled over the two radios and Blue Force Tracker out the right rear that was sheeted off. My Doc got to patted me down and then we took more fire as we ran back up toward the rear of our trucks as they suppressed the Threat. In the entire time we had no back up, no medical evacuation and had to drive 15-20 minutes to get a evacuation helo. I had 2nd and 3rd degree burns on my hands legs arms pretty bad. My hands are the worst. Lost all my fingers and a lot of use in my hands. But with that all happening it was definitely a long road to recovery. I was retired in 09,After getting out I earned a degree in His from Ohio State and started a family where I'm the stay at home Mr. Mom Now. But my real passion is guns and gear. There's nothing that I don't ever not do really. I still shoot really well, it may have taken me a long time to figure out how but I always find a way around things. I never let it get me down." @nubgunner πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

@nubgunner "One day we were tasked to clear a section of road when we were setup in a complex ambush. We took fire from a house where some o...