Kevin Flike on the Day That Changed His Life Forever
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On today's episode, we're joined by retired Green Beret Kevin Flike. On September 25, 2011, Kevin was shot in the stomach by a Taliban sniper – changing his life forever. Kevin’s problems started physically, but psychological problems quickly complicated his medical retirement. We sat down with Kevin to hear about his early life, how his upbringing led him to the Green Berets, and how his experiences have forced him to adapt and take back control of his life.
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