|Birth Day:||October 28, 1981|
|Birth Place:||Birmingham, United States|
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He began his service in the Army in 2001 during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was assigned to the 1st of the 502nd Infantry of the 101st Airborne Division out of Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
Galloway joined the military in 2001 after 9/11. He was a Sergeant assigned to the 1st Battalion of the 502nd Infantry, 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. On December 19, 2005, during his second deployment, he was severely injured in an IED attack in Yusafiah, Iraq. He lost his left arm above the elbow and his left leg above the knee; his right leg and jaw were badly injured, the latter having to be wired shut. He was unconscious for five days, and later was moved to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. for further treatment and rehabilitation.
Galloway is a divorced father of three children. His oldest son, Colston, is from his first marriage. His son Jack and daughter Rian, are from his second marriage in 2007. That marriage also ended in divorce.
He is also a motivational speaker, addressing audiences of veterans, school children, and others with his message of "no excuses". Galloway appeared on the November 2014 cover of Men's Health magazine, the first reader to be selected for the magazine's cover, and was named the publication’s "Ultimate Men's Health Guy". He has been a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and The Today Show. In 2015, Galloway was featured on the cover of U.S. Veterans Magazine Summer issue.
In October 2014, Galloway became the spokesman and model for Kenneth Cole's new fragrance Mankind Ultimate. More recently, Galloway became a brand ambassador for Armitron Watches. Both he and Armitron champion the No Excuses Charitable Fund which empowers injured veterans through support of physical rehabilitative services.
In 2015, Galloway was chosen as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars (season 20), and was paired with professional dancer and choreographer Sharna Burgess. While Galloway experimented with a prosthetic arm for his Argentine tango, he and Burgess decided not to use it, ultimately not using it in any of his dances. The producers told him before the competition began that he would not be assigned the jive or quickstep, since the quick, repetitive motions required for those dances would be too painful. On May 19, 2015, Galloway and Burgess finished the competition in third place losing to Riker Lynch and Rumer Willis who took second and first place, respectively.
In September 2015, as part of the Homes for Our Troops program and a Specially Adapted Housing Grant from the Veterans Administration, Galloway was given a mortgage-free home that is adaptable to wheelchairs, which he sometimes needs, as well as other features needed for amputees. The organization also provides veterans with financial planning assistance. Galloway had volunteered for the organization as a builder volunteer starting in 2010.
In June 2016, Galloway accompanied high school students from Alabaster, Alabama's Thompson High School on a mission to Jutiapa, Honduras, to help provide computer labs as well as installing water chlorinators for fresh water.
Noah is the father of three children.
Currently, Noah Galloway is 40 years, 11 months and 9 days old. Noah Galloway will celebrate 41st birthday on a Friday 28th of October 2022. Below we countdown to Noah Galloway upcoming birthday.
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Gov. Kay Ivey recently honored Sgt. Noah Galloway, a Purple Heart veteran and Birmingham native, marking Monday, October 28th as “No Excuses Day” in Alabama. “Sergeant Galloway developed a No Excuses Charitable Fund to facilitate ongoing outreach and funding to the veterans community and those in need across the state of Alabama particularly focusing on organizations