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 A U.S. Army sergeant from North Texas will be moving into a new home soon, free and clear.


Dallas News |

It’s part of Operation Finally Home, and sponsors say, “It’s not a gift; he earned it.”

At the end of next month, Sgt. Stephan Jackel will get a six-bedroom, two-story home in Little Elm. Jackel lost both legs in 2011 to an IED explosion in Afghanistan.

“I have more leg room, ‘cause my legs are at the edge,” he said.

The 3,800-square-foot house was specially made through donated time and materials for Jackel, his wife and six kids.

The house includes wide hallways and a 32-inch sink area, which makes it wheelchair accessible.

Sgt. Jackel made national headlines when he was denied access to some of the rides at Six Flags Fiesta Texas because of his prosthetic legs.

Putting that behind him, Operation Finally Home got involved, a non-profit that helps wounded soldiers get mortgage-free homes.

EyeSite Surveillance is proud to be taking part in the building of 2 great homes for Marine Sergeant Ken Kalish’s & U.S. Army Sergeant Stephen Jackel. EyeSite Surveillance volunteered to provide 24 hour a day video construction site security and site video documentation free of charge for the life of the project (Click to See both homes).

Source: By: Melissa Cutler @ |

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