J.R. Salzman joined the U.S. National Guard following the attack on 9/11. While serving in Iraq, he was injured in an IED explosion that caused a traumatic brain injury, and the loss of his right arm and part of his left hand. Upon his return, he has dedicated his life to raising awareness for wounded warriors. In a chance encounter, he was told of the gratitude of the Iraqi people for his and all other American sacrifices for his country – by his cab driver. Originally aired on the Sportsman Channel. 1/22/14.
The U.S. Veteran describes a gracious encounter with an Iraqi Kurdish cab driver.
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