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Published on May 17, 2012
In August of 2007, U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant Christopher Seligman was injured when an improvised explosive device (IED), also known as a roadside bomb, detonated beside his military vehicle in Baghdad, Iraq. When he returned home, Chris knew he faced significant challenges and a long road to recovery, but he did not anticipate that he would struggle to receive his Purple Heart, a military acknowledgment given to those wounded or killed during deployment.
After two years of trying on their own to fight through the red tape, the Seligmans reached out to Congressman André Carson for help.