Go Behind the Scenes as Naked Wounded War Veterans Pose for Steamy Photos
INSIDE EDITION followed photographer Michael Stokes as he captured amputee war veterans for his photo series, 'Always Loyal.'
In a steamy, new photo shoot, military warriors were photographed like you've never seen them before: stripped down, wearing next to nothing!
Retired Navy Corpsman Redmond Ramos, among those who posed, lost his left leg when he stepped on an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan.
Sgt. Mary Dague, a former bomb technician who lost her arms in Iraq, is also among those who posed. She's standing over Sgt. Brian Taylor Urreula, who lost his right leg below the knee, when his vehicle was hit by two roadside bombs in Baghdad.
Michael Stokes took the captivating photos for his new book, Always Loyal. He began photographing wounded vets last year.
Sgt. Eric Hunter is his latest model. He was wounded in Afghanistan, losing his right leg below the knee and severely injuring his left leg after stepping on an IED.
“I am really nervous going to the photo shoot,” he told INSIDE EDITION.
He got ready for his photo session with some push-ups. Jittery or not, he posed for the photo shoot like a pro.
“Let me see those guns,” Stokes said to Hunter.
Hunter joined his brave -- and naked -- fellow vets, who are inspiring all of us.
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