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

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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.

Yellow 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.

Donate Now - Help a soldier today by making a small donation. Even $10 can help the family of an injured soldier pay for a cab fare from the airport to Walter Reed.

Professional photo by LoBiondo Photographic. Nader is pictured cycling in North Carolina for the Charlotte Place Magazine.

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