Lance Corporal Thomas (Tomy) Parker enlisted in the Marines in 2009 after graduating from high school. Less than a year later in 2010, Parker came under fire while on patrol with 19 other Marines in Afghanistan's Helmand province. An IED lifted Parker into the air and changed his life forever. At a field hospital, doctors took his left leg up to his hip and amputated his right leg off just above his knee. After a long recovery and a hero's welcome home, Parker has found himself fighting a different kind of battle. “I’ve been to church, the battlefield, the trap house and jail. I didn’t see God in any of those places," Parker said. Three years ago, Parker had a house and a truck, each specially made for him. His addiction to heroin and methamphetamine cost him all of it.