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U.S. Army Special Forces commander backs paralyzed Green | Army Times
Sgt. 1st Class Tim Brumit who broke his neck in a July 25 swimming accident in Florida. with Randy Brumit, while serving in Iraq together in 2007 with Tim assigned to the 1/75th Ranger Battalion and Randy serving as a civilian consultant to the U.S. military. Courtesy of Randy Brumit

U.S. Army Special Forces commander backs paralyzed Green | Army Times

The head of U.S. Army Special Operations Command has requested the Army reconsider an adverse discharge of a Green Beret for having drugs and alcohol in his system when he broke his neck trying to save a girl’s life.
In a memo to Human Resources Command, which has final say on the matter, Lt. Gen. Kenneth Tovo called for a review of the case of Sgt. 1st Class Tim Brumit. The soldier was paralyzed from the chest down diving into shallow water from a boat in a storm in Florida in an effort to help a distressed swimmer last summer.

Source: U.S. Army Special Forces commander backs paralyzed Green | Army Times