Comedian Bobby Henline, a Desert Storm veteran by 19, was inspired to re-enlist in the Army after September 11th. During his fourth tour in Iraq, an IED blast left 40% of his body burnt and numerous fractures. During his recovery, putting nurses in headlocks and telling jokes to other wounded soldiers – garnered his occupational therapist to challenge him to try his hand at comedy. Henline continues his quest to make people laugh in a variety of venues: Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club (Las Vegas, NV), Laugh Factor (Chicago, IL), and Hollywood Improv (Los Angeles, CA) to name a few. He supports various veteran, mental health, and other healthcare organizations, along with high schools to share his story of resiliency, hope, and healing. His story has been featured in the documentaries “Comedy Warriors: Healing Through Humor”, “Healing Bobby”, and “Weight of Honor”; and on CNN, PBS KET, NPR, Today.com, and Time.com; Time Magazine, People Magazine, and the Huffington Post.