GM / Achilles Wounded Vets / Michigan Tech Reveal

General Motors unveiled a new prototype hand cycle designed to make it easier for wounded veterans to compete in racing events Friday, December 7, 2012 in Washington, DC. Participating in the press conference were (l to r) General Motors Chief Diversity Officer Ken Barrett, MTU student Brett Jenkins, retired Army Sgt. Anthony Robinson, Achilles Freedom Team Executive Director Geena Griffith, GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson, and MTU student James Cook. Both Akerson and Barrett are retired Navy Captains. (Photo by Mark Finkenstaedt for Chevrolet)