From an early age, Carlos Fodor knew he wanted to be a soldier.
“I grew up watching a lot of movies like Missing in Action and Rambo,” Caros remembers with a smile.
“When I was 12 I decided that I would go into the Marines. Once I hit high school, I recruited like five friends to enlist with me. I got my mom to sign the waiver to let me join when I was 17 and right after graduation, I enlisted.”
Fodor imagined a long and productive career in the career for himself that would, one day, …