Welcome to the Morning Formation. I’m your host Papa Kilo. Today, we have our guest Marine Corps Sergeant John Peck joining us.
During his military service he was deployed twice. During his 2007 deployment in Iraq he was injured while on patrol from an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and suffered Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), which took him just about 2 years to rehabilitate.
SGT Peck then re-enlisted into the Marines, which would then take him on a deployment to Afghanistan in 2010, where he was critically injured from a landmine, which caused him to lose both arms and legs.
Years later, SGT Peck endured 16 hours of surgery to attach two arms for a bi-lateral arm transplant.
SGT Peck now has a book available which is titled, “Rebuilding Sergeant Peck.”
In this podcast, we focus on his life after the tragedy in Afghanistan. His love life, plans for the future, and his daily interests.
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