Last October, Kai Johns, an Army veteran and engineer for Sprint, was told by doctors that both of his kidneys had failed and he needed an immediate transplant. After seeing a post on Facebook, an old friend of his from the Army, Robert Harmon, offered to help, reports  Fox 5 DC.
Robert Harmon sits in Medstar Georgetown University Hospital before the surgery. “It was a Facebook post. It said, a kidney for Kai,” Harmon told Fox 5 DC. “I Facebook messaged [his wife], and ask her, what could I do to start getting tested.”
Johns and Harmon have known each other for 22 years. The two served in the Army as paratroopers at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, but had not seen each other in over 15 years.
Kai Johns awaits the kidney transplant surgery from Robert Harmon that will …