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Army Sargent Bobby Henline was severely burned when his Vehicle was hit with a IED The Allen Steele Show

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Bobby Henline is an American stand-up comedian, motivational speaker, and former U.S. Army Soldier. He began is career in comedy in 2009 when he performed at an open mic night at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. He has since gone on to perform comedy and give motivational talks internationally, and has featured in several movies and documentaries. Henline enlisted in the United States Army in 1989 at 17 years of age. After completing basic training he served in the Gulf War and was Honorably Discharged from service in 1992. Following the September 11 attacks of 2001, Henline re-enlisted into the Army and served 3 tours during the Iraq War. On his 3rd tour he was part of the 82nd Airborne Division and during a convoy transporting soldiers and supplies the Humvee Henline was riding in hit an IED.[1] The four other soldiers he was riding with were all killed and Henline was set ablaze in the explosion. He suffered severe burns over 40 percent of his body with his head and face being burned down to the skull. Henline was put into a medically induced coma and transported to Brooke Army Medical Center at San Antonio, Texas.[2] He awakened after two weeks, and underwent 6 months of treatment. Currently, Henline has undergone 48 surgeries including multiple skin grafts and reconstructions. After his recovery Henline started traveling and speaking to a wide range of audiences, especially injured veterans and burn victims. He helped found the Bravo748 Military and Law Enforcement Speakers Bureau[6] and travels around the world with them to do speaking engagements. Henline started the charity organization Forging Forward with the goal of helping military personnel and first-responders and their families deal with the injuries and traumas that can occur in that work. Here are the links to reach Bobby Bobby Henline is an American stand-up comedian, motivational speaker, and former U.S. Army Soldier. He began is career in comedy in 2009 when he performed at an open mic night at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. He has since gone on to perform comedy and give motivational talks internationally, and has featured in several movies and documentaries. Henline enlisted in the United States Army in 1989 at 17 years of age. After completing basic training he served in the Gulf War and was Honorably Discharged from service in 1992. Following the September 11 attacks of 2001, Henline re-enlisted into the Army and served 3 tours during the Iraq War. On his 3rd tour he was part of the 82nd Airborne Division and during a convoy transporting soldiers and supplies the Humvee Henline was riding in hit an IED.[1] The four other soldiers he was riding with were all killed and Henline was set ablaze in the explosion. He suffered severe burns over 40 percent of his body with his head and face being burned down to the skull. Henline was put into a medically induced coma and transported to Brooke Army Medical Center at San Antonio, Texas.[2] He awakened after two weeks, and underwent 6 months of treatment. Currently, Henline has undergone 48 surgeries including multiple skin grafts and reconstructions. After his recovery Henline started traveling and speaking to a wide range of audiences, especially injured veterans and burn victims. He helped found the Bravo748 Military and Law Enforcement Speakers Bureau[6] and travels around the world with them to do speaking engagements. Henline started the charity organization Forging Forward with the goal of helping military personnel and first-responders and their families deal with the injuries and traumas that can occur in that work. Here are the links to reach Bobby http://www.welldonecomedian.com/ http://www.bravo748.com/bobby-henline https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5426564/ http://Forgingforward.com https://www.welcomevets.com/ http://www.bravo748.com/bobby-henline https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5426564/ http://Forgingforward.com https://www.welcomevets.com/


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Bobby Henline is an American stand-up comedian, motivational speaker, and former U.S. Army Soldier. He began is career in comedy in 2009 when he performed at an open mic night at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. He has since gone on to perform comedy and give motivational talks internationally, and has featured in several movies and documentaries. Henline enlisted in the United States Army in 1989 at 17 years of age. After completing basic training he served in the Gulf War and was Honorably Discharged from service in 1992. Following the September 11 attacks of 2001, Henline re-enlisted into the Army and served 3 tours during the Iraq War. On his 3rd tour he was part of the 82nd Airborne Division and during a convoy transporting soldiers and supplies the Humvee Henline was riding in hit an IED.[1] The four other soldiers he was riding with were all killed and Henline was set ablaze in the explosion. He suffered severe burns over 40 percent of his body with his head and face being burned down to the skull. Henline was put into a medically induced coma and transported to Brooke Army Medical Center at San Antonio, Texas.[2] He awakened after two weeks, and underwent 6 months of treatment. Currently, Henline has undergone 48 surgeries including multiple skin grafts and reconstructions. After his recovery Henline started traveling and speaking to a wide range of audiences, especially injured veterans and burn victims. He helped found the Bravo748 Military and Law Enforcement Speakers Bureau[6] and travels around the world with them to do speaking engagements. Henline started the charity organization Forging Forward with the goal of helping military personnel and first-responders and their families deal with the injuries and traumas that can occur in that work. Here are the links to reach Bobby Bobby Henline is an American stand-up comedian, motivational speaker, and former U.S. Army Soldier. He began is career in comedy in 2009 when he performed at an open mic night at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. He has since gone on to perform comedy and give motivational talks internationally, and has featured in several movies and documentaries. Henline enlisted in the United States Army in 1989 at 17 years of age. After completing basic training he served in the Gulf War and was Honorably Discharged from service in 1992. Following the September 11 attacks of 2001, Henline re-enlisted into the Army and served 3 tours during the Iraq War. On his 3rd tour he was part of the 82nd Airborne Division and during a convoy transporting soldiers and supplies the Humvee Henline was riding in hit an IED.[1] The four other soldiers he was riding with were all killed and Henline was set ablaze in the explosion. He suffered severe burns over 40 percent of his body with his head and face being burned down to the skull. Henline was put into a medically induced coma and transported to Brooke Army Medical Center at San Antonio, Texas.[2] He awakened after two weeks, and underwent 6 months of treatment. Currently, Henline has undergone 48 surgeries including multiple skin grafts and reconstructions. After his recovery Henline started traveling and speaking to a wide range of audiences, especially injured veterans and burn victims. He helped found the Bravo748 Military and Law Enforcement Speakers Bureau[6] and travels around the world with them to do speaking engagements. Henline started the charity organization Forging Forward with the goal of helping military personnel and first-responders and their families deal with the injuries and traumas that can occur in that work. Here are the links to reach Bobby http://www.welldonecomedian.com/ http://www.bravo748.com/bobby-henline https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5426564/ http://Forgingforward.com https://www.welcomevets.com/ http://www.bravo748.com/bobby-henline https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5426564/ http://Forgingforward.com https://www.welcomevets.com/


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