"'To me it was no question. I knew I just wanted to get amputated because I knew I would have a great life,' said Ramos.
'I just happened to step on an IED and I really lucked out, just lost one leg after the fact below the knee, which compared to all the other guys is definitely a paper cut.'
'I was able to walk again in three weeks after losing my leg and then he got me running in about three months. I was starting to run (chuckles) but not well, but it just keeps getting better from there,' said Ramos.
'It's a new family that I have. Some of the people are people I never would have met. If it wasn't for this program and it is just great that I really have gotten so close with these people, we really have just become a family,' said Ramos"