Despite almost being killed by a massive roadside bomb in Afghanistan seven years ago, Army Ranger Cory Remsburg has not lost his determination. Remsburg met President Obama eight months before the explosion, and Obama visited a badly wounded Remsburg in a Bethesda, Maryland, hospital following the explosion.
Now, seven years after the incident and after working incredibly hard at recovery, Remsburg’s unwavering determination recently helped him walk – all on his own – into the Oval Office to meet with the President once again.
“No one has inspired me more than Cory,” the President said in a Facebook post. “He never quits. He never gives up. And he’s always pushing the limits, reminding us of our solemn obligation to all our veterans and wounded warriors who’ve risked their lives for us all.”
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