Brad Fite, former Corporal in the USMC, wrote his personal story about surviving polytrauma injuries from an IED explosion during combat operations, in Marjeh, Afghanistan. His book is named 'Life after Death' it is raw account of his first few years post-injury, his battle with visible and invisible wounds of war, suicide, depression, PTSD, addiction, and, to simply put it, the ugly truth of surviving war. It's not all sad though, he speaks of, “my triumphs, my passions, my hope, and the new found purpose which I discovered in the midst of the fire.” Brad resides in Oceanside with his wife and son. He is partnered in a musical group called The Makers, their first album 'The Passenger' is due to arrive soon for sale featuring 'Dead Man', with fellow artist Shane Gray. Brad has a foundation called Warrior Song and is a participant in the Phoenix Patriot Foundation Music Program. He is a 2014 Never Quit Challenge participant in our Jet Ski Program.
https://youtu.be/M8atkq9z_Hk - Never Quit News interview