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Introdoucing our 2018 honoree

Josh Bullis

  My name is Joshua Bullis and I am a retired Army veteran. I was a Combat Engineer in the 595th Sapper Company, stationed out of White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. I deployed in May 2010 to Kandahar, Afghanistan. My main job was route clearance, which covered IED detection. In September of 2010, my platoon and I were out on a foot patrol, searching the area to put claymores (mines) so we could sleep. As we were sweeping the surrounding area, I stepped on an IED that detonated underneath my left foot. As a result, I lost both legs above the knee and my left arm above the elbow.
            I was air lifted to a hospital in Bagram, AFG on the main base and they put me in a medically induced coma. Once I was stable enough, the Army airlifted me to Langstuhl, Germany where I woke up seven days post-injury. I stayed a few days until cleared to make the long flight back to the states. I was transferred to Walter Reed Medical Center in D.C. where I underwent 20+ surgeries and recovered for three months.
            I was then transferred to Balboa Medical Center in San Diego, California, where I spent about nine months working on rehabilitation. I returned home to Phoenix, Arizona one year post-injury, in September 2011. I currently reside in Surprise, Arizona with my wife, Tory, and my son, Carson. 
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The Phoenix Wounded Vet Run is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity. Our sole purpose is to assist our fellow Arizona veterans who have made personal sacrifices to defend our nation and the freedoms in which we love so dearly. Now it's our turn to help Arizona Veterans.
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