(Video) Six-Year-Old With Rare Disease Becomes A Navy SEAL For A Day – American Military News

(Video) Six-Year-Old With Rare Disease Becomes A Navy SEAL For A Day

Mason Rudder, a six-year-old with a rare disease, had the opportunity of a lifetime when he was able to be a Navy SEAL for a day.  A group of former Navy SEALs showed him the ropes and let him train with some of the techniques they learned while in the SEALs.  Mason even got the chance to lead the men on a mock mission.

A six-year-old boy caused an explosion near Farmington on Sunday, but there was no cause for alarm.

For Mason Rudder, those explosions were the sound of a dream coming true.

He wants to be a Navy SEAL when he grows up, and he’s learning from a guy who’s been there, done that.

Jared Ogden is a retired SEAL, and helping Mason through one of the biggest challenges of his young life. Mason was born with a neuromuscular condition that also affects his bones and joints. His mom says he’s already had 10 surgeries.

A six-year-old boy caused an explosion near Farmington on Sunday, but there was no cause for alarm.

For Mason Rudder, those explosions were the sound of a dream coming true.

He wants to be a Navy SEAL when he grows up, and he’s learning from a guy who’s been there, done that.

Jared Ogden is a retired SEAL, and helping Mason through one of the biggest challenges of his young life. Mason was born with a neuromuscular condition that also affects his bones and joints. His mom says he’s already had 10 surgeries.