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His appetite for military history took him to nonfiction books about war, and he came to realize that the high-powered action of the silver screen wasn't always accurate.

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"I have a friend down in Texas with no arms or legs. He was burned over 90 percent of his body from a rocket-propelled grenade that penetrated the bottom of his Humvee," he said. "I also lost quite a few friends from IEDs and combat itself."

In November 2004, he participated in the Battle of Fallujah.

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In 2007, he returned to civilian life. He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration and a master's in organizational leadership at Medaille College.

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