Jim joined the Army at age 17. After being wounded and reaching the rank of platoon sergeant, he was honorably discharged in 1979. His combat wound was an enemy bullet to the head. It left him with severe migraine headaches.
Then in a single day, his world totally collapsed. In 1993, he suffered a migraine so severe it led to a stroke. Waking up in a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital, the surgeon solemnly told him that his vision was all but gone.
Twenty-three years after being shot in the head he was suddenly and legally blind, with only two degrees of vision remaining in both eyes. This is the story of how Jim changed his life after that time and has gone on to change the lives of others.
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