David Kendrick joined the U.S. Army at the age of 18 and was deployed to Iraq. At the age of 20, he was shot by a sniper in both legs. The injury caused permanent damage to his left leg. Kendrick was medically discharged from the Army in April 2010 and struggled to find employment. After a period of homelessness, he gained job training and supports through Warrior Salute and an AbilityOne contract at the Unistel spice factory in Rochester, New York. He has since accepted a full-time position working for the CDS Monarch Warrior Salute program and is financially independent.


Hear David's testimonial, which he shared at an AbilityOne event in February 2012:


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