Army pilot Glenn Todhunter lay in the wreck of his crashed plane, bleeding from his legs. He looked down and saw his feet were an unrecognisable mass of blood and tissue. He saw fuel leaking from the plane and, trying to pull himself from his seat, felt a "tearing sensation". He believes that was his left foot. Both his legs were amputated to the knee. Determined to fly again, Mr Todhunter spent eight years training to reclaim his licence and went on to become the first disabled… (www.smh.com.au) More...