Medal of Honor Recipient Gives Teen Daughter Shooting Survival Training
Staff Sergeant Ty Carter received America's highest military honor for running through enemy fire to retrieve supplies and pulling an injured comrade to safety during a 2009 battle in Afghanistan. After President Trump slammed Florida deputies for failing to stop the Parkland high school shooting, the Medal of Honor recipient says rushing into the scene of a mass shooting is "probably the worst thing you can do." Sgt. Carter reveals he's even given his 13-year-old daughter survival training.