The inspiring story of Oscar Mike founder Noah Currier. After joining the Marine Corps in 2000, Noah was among the first soldiers deployed to Afghanistan following the attacks of September 11th. As a gunner for Charlie Company, he was subsequently deployed to Iraq in 2003 as part of the leading combat units, the "tip of the spear." He returned to Camp Pendleton after seven months in Iraq—days later, a friend fell asleep at the wheel and Noah suffered a C-6 spinal cord injury. Despite the situation and a deep depression, Noah managed to turn his life around after discovering adaptive sports. He now dedicates himself to keeping veterans Oscar Mike; military radio jargon for "On The Move". Through his clothing line and non-profit foundation Oscar Mike, Noah helps rehabilitate other veterans through the adaptive sports that saved his own life.