After spending 5 years as a USMC, Sergeant Kaleb Weakley, was injured by sniper/multiple gunshot wounds on February 23, 2012. He was hit in the left leg and right arm, and retired from the Marine Corps in November 2013. While recovering from his injuries, Kaleb became very active, even though he still has residual pain from his wounds. He has since hiked the Grand Canyon and completed the Marine Corps Marathon riding a hand cycle. Last year, Kaleb ran/walked the Marine Corps Marathon 10K. In the Warrior Trials 2013, Kaleb competed in archery and shooting. Before his injuries Kaleb became a firearms instructor, martial arts instructor, and a Preacher but since his injuries he had become an avid sportsman and taken his life skills and put them to use for the good of others. Kaleb has been actively speaking motivationally to schools for children of all ages and troubled teens. Kaleb competed in the 2015 Warrior Trials in Archery and Shooting and he took the Gold in shooting. He also competed in the 2015 Warrior Games in Archery, Field and Shooting.