Watch the video as wounded warrior and quadruple amputee Travis Mills discusses his new book 'Tough As They Come' which shares his inspiring story. The retired United States Army Staff Sgt., who served three tours in Afghanistan, lost all of his limbs when an IED exploded underneath him.
As noted in the Fox News video below, "Travis is only the fifth quadruple amputee from Iraq and Afghanistan to survive such devastating injuries."
His new book 'Tough As They Come' tells his story of his tours in Afghanistan, his injuries and recovery, the support and love of his wife and child, and much more. He hopes his remarkable story of survival and never giving up will serve as an inspiration, not only to injured military personnel, but also to anyone facing tough challenges in life.
Watch the interview with retired United States Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills below.
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