Nader Elguindi was at the top of
his career as a submarine nuclear engineer in the U.S. Navy when the
unthinkable happened – an accident that nearly took his life! He rebounded
from the accident and became the first naval officer
to qualify in submarines with an artificial leg. Full Story
“Nader's story and message kept everyone on the edge of their seat..."
“Nader inspires in a most powerful way.”
“He uses his personal story of beating the odds and never giving up.”
“Honest, moving, gut-wrenching…"
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Nader's book, My Decision to Live,
launched on April 9, 2007 and is available on Amazon.com
and bookstores nationwide. Click here
to order a copy of the book! All proceed from My
Decision to Live are donated to Yellow Ribbon
Fund to help our injured troops.
Ribbon Fund is a Washington, DC based non-profit,
501(c)(3), organization established in February 2005. YRF
offers free lodging, transportation and mentoring programs
to injured veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and
Bethesda Naval Hospital.
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