A Wounded Warrior who lost his leg in Afghanistan has become the first combat-wounded U.S. veteran to climb to the top of Mount Everest.
Iraq and Afghanistan veteran Charlie Linville lost his right leg and several fingers to an IED in 2011, but the former Marine isn't letting that get in the way of his dream of climbing Mt. Everest.
Sean Swarner was diagnosed with two unrelated forms of cancer, once at age 13 and again at 16, and at one point doctors only gave him 14 days to live.
Valery Rosov set the world record for highest base jump in history after he leaped from Mt. Everest. And we've got the video!