Injured Soldier Home

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Special Kind Of “Homecoming” For Injured Green Beret

They’ve been in combat. They’re often wounded and carry emotional scars. But most veterans say the scariest thing about military service is becoming a civilian again. Tuesday, a North Texas Green Beret got a little extra help with the transition.

CBS 11–05/20/2014

Wounded Army Sergeant Brian Fleming helps break ground on his new home in Celina. (credit: CBSDFW.COM)

House Being Built For Wounded North Texas Soldier

The town of Celina has come to the aid of a soldier who sustained horrifying burns but survived a suicide bombing in Afghanistan. The wounded veteran was even able to help break ground on the new home being built for him.


Injured Army Sergeant Kevin Bowden received a free home from the Military Warriors Support Foundation. (credit: CBSDFW.COM)

Foundation Donates House To North Texas Soldier

A North Texas veteran, unable to work since he was injured by an IED in Iraq, received a key for the “American Dream” — a free house.

CBS 11–07/05/2012

Injured Soldier Keys

North Texas Soldier Gets Keys To New Home

A North Texas soldier was officially given the keys to his new home today. Sgt. 1st Class John Wayne Walding and his family opened the door to their new Frisco home.