Adam Britton, wounded three times in four months in Iraq in 2004, is considered 100 percent disabled by the Veterans Affairs system. He discovered that by getting out four-wheeling, is has helped him cope with the physical and mental scars he brought back from Iraq and that prevent him from working today. So last year, he began offering to take other wounded veterans four-wheeling. He pays the way. and hopes others will go along to experience
Adam Britton, wounded three times in four months in Iraq in 2004, is considered 100 percent disabled by the Veterans Affairs system. He discovered that by getting out four-wheeling, is has helped him cope with the physical and mental scars he brought back from Iraq and that prevent him from working today. So last year, he began offering to take other wounded veterans four-wheeling. He pays the way. and hopes others will go along to experience jjardine@modbee.com
Adam Britton, wounded three times in four months in Iraq in 2004, is considered 100 percent disabled by the Veterans Affairs system. He discovered that by getting out four-wheeling, is has helped him cope with the physical and mental scars he brought back from Iraq and that prevent him from working today. So last year, he began offering to take other wounded veterans four-wheeling. He pays the way. and hopes others will go along to experience jjardine@modbee.com

Jeff Jardine: Iraq War vet offering four-wheeling for wounded

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