Navy SEALs Let A 6 Year Old With A Rare Genetic Disorder Join Them For A Day Of Training
March 6, 2016
A 6-year-old got the birthday surprise of a lifetime when he found out he would be a Navy SEAL for a day.
Credit: Christian Gooden
Mason Rudder has already endured 10 surgeries for a rare genetic disorder that affects his range of motion, but that hasn't stopped him from dreaming of becoming an elite Navy SEAL one day.
Navy SEAL Jared Ogden spent a day training Mason. They went through demolition and sniper training, and during their lunch break, Mason led the SEALs on a mission that included detonating a real bomb and clearing three rooms in search of the Taliban leader.
Watch a video clip of Mason in action below:
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