Wichita Falls, Texas - Two wounded warriors told their stories in front of a packed auditorium Wednesday afternoon.
TSgt Lashawndra Singleton and TSgt Jason Caswell shared their stories of serious injuries they believed would take them out of their dreams of serving our country.
TSgt Caswell says his message to other wounded military members is simple, "I want to let people know ‘Hey just because your hurt doesn't mean you’re broken.’"
TSgt Caswell suffered a compound fracture while serving overseas, and after four years of extreme pain, had his leg amputated.
TSgt Singleton was injured by an IED.