What's Next for Wounded Warrior Galloway After 'Dancing With the Stars?'
Galloway, a double-amputee who lost his left arm and the lower part of his left leg in an IED attack in Iraq, spoke to Falzone about his new book Living with No Excuses and what he's up to now.
The single father of three children, ages 6, 8 and 11, said despite what happened to him during his deployment, he would not dissuade any of his kids from enlisting in the future.
"I'd be in full support of them," he said, adding that he would advise each one to pursue the particular military job that interests them the most.
Galloway now does a lot of outreach to fellow Wounded Warriors who are trying to adapt to life after the military. He said he tries to level with injured veterans about the difficulties they will face, but also remind them that they must start a new successful chapter of their lives.
"I remind them that they're a man or woman that's [among] the small percentage of Americans who have what it takes to defend this country, to risk life and limb for this country and they've done that. And don't lose sight of that, but don't hang on to it. ... You've gotta move past that. I tell them, you've done an incredible thing for your country, now let's see what else you can do," said Galloway.