According to, when Hollywood actor Rob Lowe heard a wounded marine needed a home, he responded in the most adorable way. In spite of his busy schedule, he participated in Rise To The Flags VIII,  a fully-escorted motorbike ride along the California coast, benefiting bilateral amputee Marine Corporal Kyle Moser. Over 1,000 motorcycle riders from all over the U>S. joined the event.

Marine Corporal Kyle Morser
Marine Corporal Kyle Morser

The ride was organized by the White Heart Foundation, a non-profit  foundation  meant to raise funds to build smart houses by Jared Allen Homes for Wounded Warriors.

Moser lost his legs from an IED when he was only 19. He was deployed to Afghanistan in 2011. His body was mangled and he was barely alive as he bled out 19 units of blood. According to a spokesperson of the Rise  To The Flags, Moser injuries included double above-knee amputations, a partial amputation of his ring finger, lacerations to his arms and face, severe soft tissue damage and skin loss to his legs and  arms, loss of some wrist and hand bones, a fractured pelvis, moderate traumatic brain injury, as well as severe damage to both ear drums.


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