"'The Amazing Race' racer Redmond Ramos talks: We never complained but Matt Ladley and I were in intense pain!
One inspiring individual featured in the ID Ideology campaign is Redmond Ramos, a former Navy Corpsman combat medic with the Marines who lost his left leg while serving in Afghanistan.
Undeterred by his injury, Ramos took the challenge and turned it into an opportunity, pushing himself to medal at the Warrior Games an astonishing 11 months after losing his leg. Ramos has also won medals at the Invictus Games and Endeavor Games, and was the inaugural champion of CBS Sports’ Triumph Games.
Redmond Ramos Paying tribute to a Westport Marine while in Connecticut
To address this topic, the Travis Manion Foundation will host a panel discussion, consisting of veterans and their families who continue to serve in the corporate, government and non-profit sectors. The panel will include:
- Alex Gorsky – CEO, Johnson & Johnson, United States Army Veteran
- Ryan Manion Borek – President, Travis Manion Foundation
- Redmond Ramos – United States Navy Veteran, and Winner of the 2015 Triumph Games.