He was hit in the head by a sniper's bullet while serving in Iraq. Now for the first time, the Treasure Coast veteran is speaking out about what saved his life.
US Army Sgt. Martin May knows it was a day that his life could have ended.
"The bullet went into my face and then proceeded through the inside of my face exiting out my temple," May told NewsChannel 5's Dan Corcoran.
Thursday at 11pm only on NewsChannel 5, you'll see the video of his attack and hear his incredible story of why it was videotaped and what he credits with keeping him alive.