WBOB BobCast host Professor David Clyde does his part each week to pay homage to the brave men & women who fight to defend this country. In his latest Divide & Conquer segment he welcomes USMC Sgt. Kenny Kalish.
Kenny recalls why he joined the Marines, his time in the Middle East and how what's really going on in Iraq. Kalish also discusses his time in the Marines' military dog training program (trained to look for explosives/IEDs), the type of bond between the soldier and their canine partner.
Kenny also shares his intimate thoughts on how he dealt with the realization of being an amputee. His emotional state after loosing his legs and left arm while serving. The trials of going through the surgery and rehabilitation, and the fact he had a positive outlook throughout the entire ordeal, how Kenny got into the Adaptive Training Foundation,
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