Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors Ryan Kules lost an arm and a leg in 2005 when an IED hit his vehicle in Iraq. Now the former Army captain works with the Wounded Warrior Project to help severely injured soldiers transition into the workforce.
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Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors

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Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors

Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors

Retired Army Captain Helps Wounded Warriors

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Ryan Kules lost an arm and a leg in 2005 when an IED hit his vehicle in Iraq. While he was recovering, Kules received help from the Wounded Warrior Project, a service that helps severely injured soldiers transition into the workforce. Now the former Army captain works with the Project to help other wounded veterans.