About the Film
Still In The Fight takes you into the heart of 3 American heroes who have been severly injured in combat, and their rise physically & mentally to their new normal. This film takes you on an emotional roller coaster of combat, compassion, patriotism, and healing. Still In The Fight portrays the true spirit of an American warrior, his love of country, and his road to recovery....Positive personal stories of wounded warriors that are now far from the battlefield, but are still in the fight. The film stands for the positive side of recovery of our heroes, and will serve as a positive influence to other wounded warriors that have that road ahead.
Still In The Fight features 3 amazing young men. (Lt. Jason Redman US Navy Seal) (Msgt. Spanky Gibson United States Marine Corps) (Cpl Kyle Carpenter United States Marine Corps) Their stories are incredibly inspiring, and truly dictate the mindset of todays military.
Pictured is Cpl Kyle Carpenter at Walter Reed Joint Medical Hospital in Bethesda Maryland after Kyle suffered severe injuries from a enemy grenade blast in Afghanistan.
Msgt Spanky Gibson lost his leg from an emeny sniper round in Iraq. Spanky was the first ever amputee to re-deploy back into combat with a prostetic leg. Spanky inspires other wounded warriors as well as keeps very active with speaking engagements, wounded warriors sports, and more..
United States Navy Seal & wounded warrior Jason Redman. Jason sustained serious injuries during an ambush in Iraq. Jay received several machine gun, gun shot wounds while on patrol. In this picture Jay is noting he is about to go into surgery #32 into his recovery. Jay is very inspirational, and spends a lot of time with the Navy, and his company he created called wounded wear which helps other wounded warriors.