Kevin Flike ’06, who was critically wounded while deployed to Afghanistan, spoke on Veterans Day in Memorial Chapel.
After graduating from Union, Flike enlisted in the U.S. Army and became a member of the Special Forces. While on combat patrol during his second tour of Afghanistan in September 2011, a sniper shot the Green Beret in the stomach. He sustained a fractured hip, lost 20 percent of his colon and suffered a damaged femoral nerve, resulting in permanent disability.
To read about the talk in the Daily Gazette, click here.