DALLAS — As a Navy SEAL, Daniel Licardo was fearless. Licardo spent 16 years in the navy. He retired in 2008 and settled down in Flower Mound. That’s where, he found a new way to serve. Licardo found a new home inside the Adaptive Training foundation.
“He put an automatic rifle in my hand, while I was in a wheelchair, I didn’t have a prosthetic yet,” said Tina Hurley, an adaptive athlete.
“He reminds me of a cross between Sylvester Stallone and The Rock,” Hurley said describing Licardo. Licardo used his skills as a SEAL to work with athletes like Hurley.