Earl Granville served nine years in the Army National Guard as an infantryman, with deployments to Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan. On his final tour, he lost his left leg to a roadside bomb while on patrol, forcing him to retire from the Army. Staff Sergeant Granville received numerous awards, such as the Combat Infantryman Badge and the Purple Heart. Earl is now pursuing his bachelors degree and works for two non profits, Operation Enduring Warrior and The Oscar Mike Foundation, both 501c3s that helps keep wounded and disabled veterans and law enforcement physically active after their injuries.
Earl travels the country speaking to audiences about healthy ways to battle adversity from his own experiences with heartbreak, loss, resilience, and positivity. We sat down with Earl to share his story!
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