Brian Mast

A decorated Army veteran who stepped on an IED, resulting in the amputation of his legs and one finger, Brian brings his extensive military experience to Congress.

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BrianMast

40, Florida — 18, R

Who are they?

A decorated Army veteran who stepped on an IED, resulting in the amputation of his legs and one finger, Brian brings his extensive military experience to Congress.

Pre-Congress?

As a member of the Army explosive ordinance disposal technicians, Brian received the Bronze Star Medal, the Purple Heart, a Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and the Army Commendation Medal with ‘V’ for valor device. He then worked as an explosives specialist for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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  • Defense Spending
  • Veterans Rights and Affairs

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