16 Oct

The Walking Veteran Honors Bryan Carpenter in Washington DC

From Las Vegas, Nevada to Washington DC The Walking Veteran had taken the book:  "Never-Ending Battle After Irag" by Bryan Carpenter.  During the Walk Across America there were autographs collected that represent America.  This must read inspirational story of a Marine's story of recovery has not reached the National Capital.  The book will soon be returned to Bryan letting him know that America supports you and honors you.

From Las Vegas, Nevada to Washington DC The Walking Veteran had taken the book: “Never-Ending Battle After Irag” by Bryan Carpenter. During the Walk Across America there were autographs collected that represent America. This must read inspirational story of a Marine’s story of recovery has not reached the National Capital. The book will soon be returned to Bryan letting him know that America supports you and honors you.

Never Ending Battle After Iraq by Bryan Carpenter

Bryan has been and still is determined to beat all the odds the doctors ever gave him, and so far, he has done his best at achieving that. Although, he still struggles every day with his PTSD, his Traumatic Brain Injury, and the pain from his physical injuries caused in combat. He has dedicated his life to Physical Therapy. Although he may struggle with his combat injuries, he never lets the injuries limit him. He strives every day to help others. He is an inspirational speaker; speaking to school shooting victims, middle school students, open events, etc. He is a gym trainer, and MMA Coach; trying his hardest to help people achieve their goals after suffering the pain he had gone through from his goals and dreams being destroyed. He was Bouncer at night clubs, went to the Fire Academy, threw out the Ceremonial Opening Pitch in 2012 for the Cleveland Indians, he has even been the Grand Marshall in his hometown parade. Learn more about this hero at: www.BattleAfterIraq.com
The Walking Veteran is taking this inspirational book with him Across America to collect autographs in honor of Bryan Carpenter. Bryan did not know in advance that The Walking Veteran was doing this and The Walking Veteran has not and does not benefit from any sales of the book. This is all about honoring a veteran who has endured so much for his country and who is the inspiration for The Walking Veteran to continue The Walk Across America even against all odds. After reaching Washington, DC, The Walking Veteran will return the book to Bryan Carpenter which has autographs from people that include governors, mayors and many others.