Six Year Old Leads SEAL Team To Victory In Shoot House

first published on March 3, 2016 by

A six year old battling Escobar Syndrome becomes a Navy SEAL for a day, and leads his own SEAL team to victory in a shoot house.

Mason Rudder is a strong willed kid who was born with a recessive genetic disorder known as Escobar Syndrome. The disorder affects his muscles, joints, and his respiratory system, but it doesn’t stop him from pursuing his dream of becoming a Navy SEAL.

Jared Ogden is a retired SEAL who has been there and back again. He links up with Mason Rudder and a few of his SEAL buddies, and they make Mason’s dream a reality. They spend an entire day shooting guns, blowing stuff up, and even letting Mason lead them on a mission.