Usually when a 6-year-old blows something up, there’s cause for alarm. But that’s not the case when he happens to be a Navy SEAL for a day.
Mason Rudder was born with a neuromuscular condition that also affects his bones and joints, and has already had 10 surgeries, according to TV station KSDK in Missouri.
The boy said he wants to be a SEAL when he grows up, so retired SEAL Jared Ogden stepped in to make it happen a little sooner.
Mason shot guns, blew stuff up and even led the team on a mission before being presented with an honorary SEAL pin.
Watch the touching video here via KSDK:
H/T: Military 1
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