It was the salute seen around the world. Cpl. Josh Hargis was lying in his hospital bed after losing both of his legs in an IED attack in Afghanistan. When an officer came to his bed to pin on his Purple Heart, Hargis managed to raise his arm to salute the officer.
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Now his brother-in-law and fellow soldier Patrick Griffith wants to make sure no one forgets about Hargis and other servicemembers. Griffith, along with friends and family members, are taking part in "The Warrior's Walk" on February 17 to help raise money to help the Hargis family.
Griffith appeared on Weekend Express to talk about the event and his brother-in-law's ongoing recovery.