NEVADA DESERT, 9 June 2013 –Leaving his exhausted family in the safety of the broken-down car, former Navy SEAL Brian Schad humps it across the desert at sundown, certain that he can be back with a warm McDonald’s breakfast for everyone by first light. The nearest town is only 31 klicks out and Schad figures that while he would normally make that run in only two hours, he’ll have to slow down on the return trip to keep from sloshing the coffee.
When asked why he didn’t do what any normal SEAL would do and simply push the lifeless vehicle into town with his family steering safely from inside, Schad replied that he had thought of that, but was concerned about exceeding the speed limit.
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