Here is the link, full length 45:33 about a PJ and a member of the Army swimming the straight of Gibraltar for disabled veterans. Good guys, I give it a thumbs up.
Edit: Little more on it, they interview various disabled veterans in which they explain their stories of what happened.
As a Pararescueman in Iraq, David Broyles's job was to save lives and help those in need, and after leaving the military in 2005, he wanted to continue that mission. He soon found a charity that provided assistance to severely wounded and disabled veterans, the same men and women David had been tasked with rescuing in Iraq. To raise funds and awareness for their needs through the charity, he wanted a tough challenge in their honor, something worthy and symbolic of their struggles and sacrifice. David soon discovered that fewer Americans had swum across the Strait of Gibraltar, from Spain to Africa, than had reached the top of Mount Everest.