Florida Georgia Line Surprise Double-Amputee Veteran With All Terrain Wheelchair

December 12, 2018
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Florida Georgia Line helped out one double-amputee military veteran with a very generous gift of an all terrain wheelchair.

Travis Strong, who was wounded in an IED attack in Iraq almost a decade ago, was joined by his family when he recieved the gift from Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard.

"Being able to give back to a true hero like double-amputee U.S. Army Veteran, Travis Strong, is such a humbling experience," FGL wrote. "We love you brother. And thank you to our friends at the The Independence Fund for allowing us to be part of such a special moment as we presented Travis with his new all terrain wheelchair. Grateful to everyone who puts on a uniform to serve."

Being able to give back to a true hero like double-amputee @usarmy Veteran, Travis Strong, is such a humbling experience. We love you brother -- And thank you to our friends at the @independencefund for allowing us to be part of such a special moment as we presented Travis with his new all terrain wheelchair. Grateful to everyone who puts on a uniform to serve.

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