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00203 - Operator Brad Halling
00203 - Operator Brad Halling, Brad’s Special Forces career began in 1983 in the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) where he deployed to Honduras as part of a group of military advisors in support of a now-declassified military and paramilitary operation. From 1984-1987, Brad served in 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Operational Detachment 62, where the Group’s operational area of focus was the then Eastern Block, with Brad’s team’s focus on Poland. In 1987, Brad served in the Physical Security Support Element – Berlin, prior to the fall of the Berlin Wall and the re-unification of Germany. PSSE was a cover name for the 410th Special Forces Detachment and successor to “Detachment A” which operated in Berlin from 1956-1984. PSSE was a small special forces organization tasked with clandestine unconventional warfare and counter-terrorism, including a stay-behind mission in the event of a Soviet invasion. In 2014, both Detachment A and PSSE-Berlin were declassified by U.S. Army Special Operations Command. In 1990, Brad transitioned to U.S. Army Special Operations Command. He deployed to Somalia as part of Task Force Ranger and fought in the Battle of Mogadishu, later depicted by Hollywood in the movie Black Hawk Down. While fighting in what arguably remains the longest sustained firefight since Vietnam, Brad was wounded when a rocket propelled grenade struck his helicopter, call sign Super 62, and amputated his left leg above the knee. Brad became the first above-knee amputee to remain on active duty through full Army retirement. He returned to work, remained operational and on airborne status, engaged in SCUBA training and silently paved the way for amputees across the services to participate in what is known today as the Continuation on Active-Duty program. Brad was also one of the first Americans to wear the revolutionary “bionic knee.” After retirement in 2000, Brad completed a graduate program at the University of Connecticut to become a Certified Prosthetist. While working in a prosthetic clinic in Long Island on 9/11, he felt called to return to Fort Bragg. By 2003, Brad returned to U.S. Army Special Operations Command to train Soldiers where he continued to serve until founding BHAWK. Brad is referenced in books like Black Hawk Down, Battle of Mogadishu, Modern American Snipers, Day of the Rangers, and others.

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00203 - Operator Brad Halling

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