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Noah: Off-Road Warrior

Tackle some steep terrain with this Army veteran as he overcomes every obstacle and takes on the Moab trails.

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(DESCRIPTION)
A red Jeep Rubicon drives over a rocky reddish terrain, a canyon wall in the background. A muscular man wearing a green Jeep t-shirt and jeans steps down from the driver's seat. His left arm has been amputated above the elbow. He sits on a rock among the sagebrush. Noah Galloway, P.E.T. U.S. Army , 101st Airborne.

(SPEECH)
My name is Noah Galloway. I'm an injured veteran that lost my arm and leg in Iraq. I've had some success where I ended up on the cover of Men's Health, was on Dancing with the Stars, did a show on Fox, and now I'm out here with the Jeep brand in Moab and their DriveAbility program, and that's all about accessibility.

(DESCRIPTION)
He drives the Jeep slowly up a slope of huge boulders. Men stand nearby watching.

(SPEECH)
It was my second deployment to Iraq and I was with the 101st, and we were in Southwest Baghdad in an area known as "The Triangle of Death," and I was driving a Humvee and hit a trip-wire. I woke up six days later on Christmas Day. It was all news to me. I'd lost my left arm above the elbow, my left leg above the knee. My right leg was severely injured. My jaw was shattered. My mouth was wired shut.

(DESCRIPTION)
The Jeep struggles and starts and then climbs over the rocks, its massive tires gripping the surface.

(SPEECH)
You know, when people ask me about the obstacles that I overcame when I was first injured, there are still obstacles that I face, you know. And I always talk about my kids. When I come across something that I'm like, "Well, I don't know if I can do that," it's still worth the try because I want to show my kids that you should never stop; you should always move forward.

(DESCRIPTION)
Looking out of the passenger seat from inside as the Jeep climbs. A man in a white shirt and baseball cap directs the Jeep, waving his arms. As the Jeep climbs up another rocky face, a man in a dark shirt directs by waving his arms. A group of men stand near the Jeep. Sign on driver side window, Equipped with left foot pedal extension.

(SPEECH)
We're out here on these trails, and this is such a complicated route. The obstacles. I mean, you have spotters, you have people that are helping you because you cannot see everything outside of the vehicle. So you don't do it alone. Having a team makes all the difference, and DriveAbility and that program is the exact same thing. It's where you're taking, you come together as a team to make something happen. - How's it looking, Noah? Good.

(DESCRIPTION)
Noah leans into the driver's seat. The foot pedal has been fitted with an extension. Noah talks as he drives down a bumpy desert road. The Jeep sits under a white tent. Noah walks around it and enters the driver's seat. The pedal extension, a black rectangle on top of the gas pedal.

(SPEECH)
One of the things that the DriveAbility program offers is financial assistance up to a thousand dollars. So if you have someone that needs modifications to a vehicle, not only are all vehicles set up so that it's easily adaptable, you know, once it's done you can be reimbursed up to a thousand dollars. I think that is just a great part of the program.

(DESCRIPTION)
The Jeep's tires lurch over rocks. Noah carefully turns the vehicle along cliffs.

(SPEECH)
What I love about being out here is there's all these other, you know, vehicles that are taking these these hard, challenging courses, and I'm no different than anyone else. You know, I'm in my vehicle missing an arm and a leg, but I'm going up the same trails.

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Text, DriveAbility F.C.A.. A blue logo over the mountainous desert landscape.

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"I want to show my kids that you never stop. You should always move forward."
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(DESCRIPTION)
A red Jeep Rubicon drives over a rocky reddish terrain, a canyon wall in the background. A muscular man wearing a green Jeep t-shirt and jeans steps down from the driver's seat. His left arm has been amputated above the elbow. He sits on a rock among the sagebrush. Noah Galloway, P.E.T. U.S. Army , 101st Airborne.

(SPEECH)
My name is Noah Galloway. I'm an injured veteran that lost my arm and leg in Iraq. I've had some success where I ended up on the cover of Men's Health, was on Dancing with the Stars, did a show on Fox, and now I'm out here with the Jeep brand in Moab and their DriveAbility program, and that's all about accessibility.

(DESCRIPTION)
He drives the Jeep slowly up a slope of huge boulders. Men stand nearby watching.

(SPEECH)
It was my second deployment to Iraq and I was with the 101st, and we were in Southwest Baghdad in an area known as "The Triangle of Death," and I was driving a Humvee and hit a trip-wire. I woke up six days later on Christmas Day. It was all news to me. I'd lost my left arm above the elbow, my left leg above the knee. My right leg was severely injured. My jaw was shattered. My mouth was wired shut.

(DESCRIPTION)
The Jeep struggles and starts and then climbs over the rocks, its massive tires gripping the surface.

(SPEECH)
You know, when people ask me about the obstacles that I overcame when I was first injured, there are still obstacles that I face, you know. And I always talk about my kids. When I come across something that I'm like, "Well, I don't know if I can do that," it's still worth the try because I want to show my kids that you should never stop; you should always move forward.

(DESCRIPTION)
Looking out of the passenger seat from inside as the Jeep climbs. A man in a white shirt and baseball cap directs the Jeep, waving his arms. As the Jeep climbs up another rocky face, a man in a dark shirt directs by waving his arms. A group of men stand near the Jeep. Sign on driver side window, Equipped with left foot pedal extension.

(SPEECH)
We're out here on these trails, and this is such a complicated route. The obstacles. I mean, you have spotters, you have people that are helping you because you cannot see everything outside of the vehicle. So you don't do it alone. Having a team makes all the difference, and DriveAbility and that program is the exact same thing. It's where you're taking, you come together as a team to make something happen. - How's it looking, Noah? Good.

(DESCRIPTION)
Noah leans into the driver's seat. The foot pedal has been fitted with an extension. Noah talks as he drives down a bumpy desert road. The Jeep sits under a white tent. Noah walks around it and enters the driver's seat. The pedal extension, a black rectangle on top of the gas pedal.

(SPEECH)
One of the things that the DriveAbility program offers is financial assistance up to a thousand dollars. So if you have someone that needs modifications to a vehicle, not only are all vehicles set up so that it's easily adaptable, you know, once it's done you can be reimbursed up to a thousand dollars. I think that is just a great part of the program.

(DESCRIPTION)
The Jeep's tires lurch over rocks. Noah carefully turns the vehicle along cliffs.

(SPEECH)
What I love about being out here is there's all these other, you know, vehicles that are taking these these hard, challenging courses, and I'm no different than anyone else. You know, I'm in my vehicle missing an arm and a leg, but I'm going up the same trails.

(DESCRIPTION)
Text, DriveAbility F.C.A.. A blue logo over the mountainous desert landscape.

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