Combat-Wounded Documentary | Wounded Warrior Documentary
Sacrificing several promising college opportunities, B.C. Fleming joined the U.S. Army at eighteen years old as an Infantry soldier following the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. He served as a Team Leader in a Scout Platoon while fighting the war in Afghanistan. While deployed, he was blown up twice - first by a roadside bomb; then by a suicide bomber who exploded three feet way from him. He spent the following fourteen months at Brooke Army Medical Center enduring horrific burn treatment and reconstructive surgery. Fleming had a choice to make: allow the terrorist's actions to ruin his life or use his tragic experience to spread hope to millions.
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