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Man in wheel chair in shop

Soldier jumps into woodworking with both feet

A tragic helicopter crash left U.S. Army Flight Engineer Chuck Isaacson paralyzed from the chest down in 2007. Despite multiple surgeries and a grueling rehab, Chuck barely slowed down as he settled into life, and woodworking, in a wheelchair.

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ronnie hickman wrote:

Awesome shop, Chuck. I like the way your work flow was done.... so well organized. I'd also like to send an enormous Thank You for your service to our country.

8/8/2011 04:01:13 PM Report Abuse
woodman631 wrote:

Nice shop Chuck , Thank you from the bottom of mine and my families hearts for your service to our country and FREEDOMS ! Good luck in all you do. Jeff Healy

8/7/2011 12:46:03 PM Report Abuse
Jimeditor wrote:

Chuck: Thank you for sharing your shop. Your sacrifice to our country is beyond the scope of your wonderful shop. I was interested in your table saw. I had to build a custom base for my contractor's saw. I see you have a cabinet saw. How did you deal with the height? It's obviously shorter than a typical cabinet saw. Happy woodworking! Jim Galewski

8/4/2011 02:01:05 PM Report Abuse
larry3887 wrote:

Chuck, love your shop and what you are doing. I too am in a wheel chair and have had to modify my shop and some of my power tools to get them where I could do my work and stay out of danger. Good luck with your wood working and thank you for your military service and keeping this country and my family safe. Larry Crouch

8/4/2011 11:55:47 AM Report Abuse

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