To whom it may concern, While serving as an Infantrymen in the US Military, I stepped over an Improvised Explosive Devise, or IED while serving in Afghanistan. The resulting blast amputated both of my legs above the knees. I was swiftly sent to the United States, where I received not only world class medicine, but also the best prosthetics available. The high tech prosthetic legs we were offered, and that I still continue to use are impressive. I can walk, climb stairs, and sit as if they were organic appendages. The prosthetic devises really are the best when it comes to walking at full height. However, these high tech computers that driven the devises came with limitations. I, like most of my peers, struggled to be fluid and fully functional in our prosthetic devises. They work like a motion driven robot, and they move like a robot as well. A typical amputee operating these devises cannot bend over, or lift anything without strain, but for me obtaining fluid mobility was the most difficult aspect of the best walking legs in the world. Enter Greens Machines and the Stump Armour. I saw this post with someone not only climbing ladders and changing tires on his big truck, but also the possibility of me doing just the same. So I reached out and got a pair of these simple yet incredibly effective devises. They were easy to install, and intuitive to use. Within an hour, I was moving up and down my drive way playing basketball (without the jumping part). In just a few weeks I tackled many of the items on my Honey-Do list, items I would have normally waited for a friend or family member to come over and help me with, all by myself. Items such as building eight-foot-tall industrial shelving, assembling a lawn and tool stand, and even rebuilding a closet. Without Stump Armour, I would have needed to wait in order to have someone help me. Although I walk at my pre-blast height utilizing my computerized legs, I use my Stump Armour whenever the need for effective, fluid, and versatile mobility is required. What I saw in the videos was opportunity, what I got was a great deal of independence. A faithful and grateful customer.