Former Falcon Rob (Larry) Hufford wins two golds at Warrior Games
June 8, 2018

Rob (Larry) Hufford, a 2006 Air Force Academy graduate, was a two-year starter on the football team from 2004-05. After putting in two tours in Iraq, he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress that gave him seizures. He had to have a piece of his brain removed and is also epileptic. A civil engineer in the Air Force, he retired from active duty as a captain. This week he returned to the Academy as part of the Air Force team at the 2018 Warrior Games. He broke the shot put record to win gold in the event and added a second gold in power lifting. Watch his inspiring story.


 

 

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