Retired Marine Pursues Lifelong Dream of Becoming a Chef Thanks to Miraculous Arm Transplant

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Finally to former marine badly wounded while serving his country he had a lifelong dream tonight at treating realized. With someone by his side here's Steve Austin's. This couldn't be happening to more deserving person retired marine Sargent John peck served two tours in the Middle East. And on one of them in Afghanistan six years ago he was hurt badly. By and IED that stole all four of his limbs after four long years and 27 surgeries he was approved for double arm transplant and has been waiting six. This August the call came from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston they found a donor it was a complicated fourteen hour operation and it was a success. You'd. My dream job since I was twelve was to be a chef. And because of my donors via actually have a fighting chance of doing this. By his side ever still is his girlfriend Jessica and now they're getting they are Jessica. Our. Without you I won't be here. When have come so far so very. Steve listens on the ABC news Atlanta. And we salute marine Sargent John Osce a moment to.

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