Wounded Warrior. Writer. Speaker.



In 2006, Sgt. Braxton McCoy (Ret.) was severely injured by a suicide bomber in Ramadi, Iraq, and later told he may never walk again. After nearly a decade of physical therapy and rehabilitation, Sgt. McCoy has not only regained the majority of his strength, but has also found creative ways to circumvent his permanent injuries. 

While in long term recovery in his home state of Utah, Sgt. McCoy twice served as National Delegate/Advocate for the Army Wounded Warrior Program, and twice as Veterans’ Advocate for the Coalition of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans in the District of Columbia. His four years as an advocate were focused on getting veterans back to work, as a meaningful way to outflank Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

In 2013, Sgt. McCoy started Warrior Employment Project, a non-profit designed to connect veteran families-in-need with CEO’s and CIO’s leading to the veterans’ employment, as well as working with these families to solve immediate financial problems impeding their progress. 

Braxton now spends his time writing and speaking about what it takes to overcome the challenges that life inevitably sends our way. When he is not working, you can find Sgt. McCoy climbing mountains to reach the best hunting and fishing in America’s backcountry, leading and teaching other veterans to hunt and to fish, or competing in endurance races. 


Braxton's Keynote on Saturday, March 11, 2017

Braxton's Address to the 2/222 Field Artillery Battalion 

KSVC 100.5 Interview on Patriots Night, 
sponsored by All American Ranch

You Can Learn More About My Story By Downloading My Ebook (Link Below)

Overcome: Part One
By Braxton McCoy


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Philosophy, Poetry and War


Episode01 - Introduction

This is the introductory episode of Philosophy, Poetry and War with Braxton McCoy. In this episode you will hear Braxton discuss the genesis of the podcast, deliver a keynote address to a crowd at Patriot's Night in Delta, UT, and discuss the future of the podcast.

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