Sgt. 1st Class Joe Kapacziewski is the first and only amputee in Army Rangers’ history to return to combat, and he did it a stunning five times. He explains why he realized amputating his injured leg was the only way to maintain his active lifestyle.
At the time, it was a simple, selfless act. Seventy years later, it’s responsible for saving countless lives. It was just one incident in the long, rewarding life of Dr. Norman Wall, one of the most compelling, relevant 97-year-olds in the world.
Lew Sanborn is the holder of parachute license D-1, still skydives across the country and he’s 80 years old! See why taking 12,000 foot plunges are his fountain of youth!
At 59, he’s the oldest jump master on active duty in Iraq. Col. Gallimore calls direct from one of Saddam’s old palaces in Baghdad where he’s an incredible inspiration to soldiers half his age.
Honest, hard working people like 94-year-old Bill Macias are the backbone of America. As we celebrate Independence Day, he celebrates his incredible life and the country that made his dreams come true.