After honorably serving in the military From 1970 to 1987 Colonel Frederick Lough left the Army and went into private practice as a surgeon. But when he saw soldiers in harm’s way in Afghanistan, the 58-year-old doctor decided to return to service and joined the U.S. Army Medical Corps Reserve in 2007.
Lough was deployed to Afghanistan where he performed hundreds of surgeries on the front lines of battlefields, saving many lives, for which he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. He’s now back on active duty.
Watch his inspiring story in the video below, and be sure to share it with your patriot friends on Facebook.