Brendan Marrocco

S.I. Soldier Joins David Letterman To Talk About Arm Transplant, Impressive RecoveryAn army veteran from Staten Island shared his remarkable story of survival and recovery Monday night on “The Late Show” with David Letterman.
S.I. Soldier 'Excited For The Future' After Double-Arm TransplantA soldier who lost all four limbs in an Iraq roadside bombing has two new arms following a double transplant at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
S.I. Soldier Who Lost 4 Limbs In Iraq War Has Double-Arm TransplantThe 26-year-old Staten Island native was injured by a roadside bomb Easter Sunday in 2009.
Wounded Warriors Visit 9/11 Memorial & Remind Americans About The Price Of FreedomA group of wounded warriors and their families came from all over the country to spend the 4th of July in New York, starting their day at the 9/11 Memorial.
Wounded Iraq War Vet Offers Advice: It's Time To Stop Dwelling On 9/11"Sacrifice" is a word we're hearing a lot this week. On Thursday, CBS 2’s Lou Young met a remarkable young man who has managed to maintain his good humor and humanity in the face of terrifying injuries.
Volunteers Build Home On S.I. For Iraq War VetFamily and friends gave 25-year-old Marrocco a homecoming at a house designed especially for him on Staten Island.
S.I. Groundbreaking Held For Iraq Veteran's New HomeHe made huge sacrifices for his country and now an Iraq War veteran is getting a new home on Staten Island.
Eye On New York: Brendan Marrocco's StoryIn this edition of Eye On New York, CBS 2 brings you the incredibly inspiring and miraculous story of Brendan Marrocco, a Staten Island native and Army soldier who became the first quadruple amputee to survive his wounds suffered in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.