Texas Wounded Warrior to Open Veteran-Run Restaurant

“A San Antonio-based Army veteran is raising funds to open a new restaurant that will be completely staffed by veterans.

Former U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Bobby Henline’s life changed forever in 2007, when his patrol’s vehicle hit a roadside bomb while on patrol in Iraq. Five of his comrades died from the explosion, while Henline was left severely injured.

“In the first year I didn’t know what I was going to do. I had survivor’s guilt,” Purple Heart recipient Henline told KENS5. “I didn’t know what to do. I felt useless. I thought, ‘Why am I here?’ Then I learned through sharing my story that I can help others (and) look at life in another perspective.”

The San Antonio native was inspired by a friend who had opened a restaurant in California called Biggie’s Burgers and Great Shakes.”

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