America’s military veterans are amazing people. Not only do they deliberately put themselves in harm’s way to defend us overseas, but also go out of their way to be positive role models for us here at home. To show you what I mean, consider the story of Shaun Castle, a medically retired Army sergeant who is providing all of us with a remarkable example of courage.
Castle enlisted in the Army in 2000 and became a military police officer with the Army’s Europe Protective Services stationed in Heidelberg, Germany. He was deployed three times, to Kosovo, Macedonia and Bosnia, and performed additional missions in the Middle East.