Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Wounded Warrior Project - Spotlight on Mark Lalli

Mark Lalli suffered a traumatic brain injury and two dozen broken bones when the aircraft he was
riding in crashed. Mark's long and painful rehab process often made him want to give up. It was a Wounded Warrior Project event that helped him, realize that being in a wheelchair did not mean he had to place limits on his life. Another warrior amputee showed him that being disabled is not the end and inspired Mark to believe that anything is still possible.

Mark credits the camaraderie he shared with other warriors with helping him take each day as it comes. The support he received from the men and women of WWP motivated him to not just survive but to thrive.

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