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Lieutenant General make some Changes after heart attack

The Daily News Journal (Tennessee) via AP

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Lt. Gen. Keith Huber’s almost 40 years in the U.S. Army, including distinction as the longest-serving Green Beret when he retired in 2013, involved some life-threatening scenarios that he still can’t discuss.


But, as Middle Tennessee State University’s senior adviser for veterans and leadership initiatives prepared for the new year, he recently shared about what could have been a fatal heart attack last fall — and how he approaches life with renewed vigor.

“Of my other near-death experiences,” Huber said, “this one was the best — because I can talk about it.”