When a door rigged with explosives in Iraq cost Sgt. Adam Kisielewski his left arm at the shoulder and his right leg below the knee, becoming a pilot wasn’t even a dream. Adam-portrait-in-plane-150x150It was Aug. 21, 2005, and for Adam, each minute was a time for survival, not dreams. He struggled to make it back from the blast that not only left him critically wounded, but took the life of a fellow Marine on the mission. From emergency treatment in the field to being airlifted to Bethesda and Walter Reed for treatment and rehabilitation, he faced a series of challenges that many would have found insurmountable.Read More >>