BREAKING: INSPIRING: Wounded Vet To Open Business Whose Sole Mission’s To ‘Empower’ and Employ Other Vets. According to a story in the US Herald, “In 2007, Bobby Henline survived a devastating explosion that killed the rest of the men in his Army vehicle in Iraq and burned more than 38 percent of his body. “I was in the lead vehicle,” Henline recalls. “The only thing I remember is having coffee that morning.”Within 72 hours, the staff sergeant was inside the specialized burn unit at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, where he began the long, grueling treatment that included amputating part of his left arm. Now, nine years and 40-plus surgeries later, the 44 year-old wants to pay his gratitude forward by opening a restaurant that will employ other veterans and serve the community. “I’m trying to give back,” Henline told PEOPLE, “This is a great way to do it, through empowerment and food.” Should our wounded vets like Bobby Henline get better support from our government? Take the poll below.