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    Posted February 16, 2014 by
    Los Angeles, California
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    US Marine endures 7 months of training with unbearable pain

    Tristan Stadtmuller of Los Angeles, California served in the US Marines infantry unit as a basic rifleman. Both of his feet became fractured and he endured this unbearable pain for 7 months without treatment while continuing his service!

    Tristan Stadtmuller testified that his feet felt like hot pin needles were shoved into them and as time went by, he had to bite on an object in order to put his boots on and take them off. The Marines is best known for training its troops to deal with pain and suck it up, but Mr. Stadtmuller gives full credit to God himself to helping him through his pain and giving him strength to continue training.

    After his 7 months, Tristan Stadtmuller was discharged from the Marines and is a disabled Veteran. Tristan Stadtmuller has been published in "Ripley's Believe it or Not" for his amazing story.

    Tristan Stadtmuller is an actor that has made his film debut as a heavy metal singer in the Indie comedy film "Live Nude Girls" directed by the late Jay Leggett and stars Mike Hatton, Andy Dick, Tera Patrick, Bree Olson, and Asa Akira.

    Tristan Stadtmuller is currently producing two Indie films; one titled "Veteran's Day" about a US Marine returning home from Iraq with PTSD. The second is titled "Liberties Teeth" about the President of the United States abolishing the Second Amendment and calling in UN troops to disarm the American people. Both of which he has written himself.

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