(Watch) 6-Year-Old With Rare Disorder Becomes A Navy SEAL For A Day
A six year-old boy with a rare neuro-muscular disorder got to live out a dream of his by becoming an honorary Navy SEAL.
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Mason Rudder was born with Escobar syndrome, which limits his range of motion as well as his movement. Despite his disorder, Mason hasn’t stopped wanting to become a Navy SEAL.
Mason’s parents, George and Suzanne Rudder took him to a tactical training center near Farmington, Missouri to train with SEALs for his birthday.
Navy SEAL Jared Ogden spent a day training Mason. He got the chance to fire an AR-15, help set up and detonate a wall bomb that flew off a building and lead the SEALs on a mission.
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