Child with neuromuscular condition gets to be Navy SEAL for a day

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FARMINGTON, Mo. — A six-year-old boy suffering from a rare neuromuscular condition got to live out his dream of being a Navy SEAL on Sunday, according to KSDK.

Mason Rudder’s neuromuscular condition also affects his bones and joints. His mom says he’s already had 10 surgeries.

Mason, along with the help of retired SEAL Jared Ogden, got to go through weapons and explosives training. After that came the real fun — shooting guns and blowing stuff up while leading his team of SEALs on a mission.

Source: KSDK

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