Travis Mills lost all four of his limbs serving in Afghanistan. Now his foundation is starting a retreat for vets and families who have gone through similar struggles.
"My little girl is the whole reason that I did get better."
Travis Mills is one of just five soldiers from the Afghanistan and Iraq wars to live through a quadruple amputation.
Mills has been a positive force for wounded veterans for years. Dubbed the "mayor" of Walter Reed Medical Center while recovering
Mills' unwavering commitment to injured returning veterans is a needed one in the U.S. Last November, the International Business
It’s his foundation, his wife and young daughter and the servicemen with whom he went to combat that keep Mills motivated
h/t Faithit "Travis: A Soldier’s Story," which is currently being screened across the country, profiles how Mills, his wife
Upon returning from Afghanistan, a severely wounded Taylor Morris showed the world that love does truly conquer all. Morris
In addition to his nightly visits to injured vets at Walter Reed, Mills also helps other wounded warriors recover at an adventure
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