[video=youtube;Jr1kwC0je1Y]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr1kwC0je1Y[/video] Rep. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill, lost her legs and the use of her right arm as a helicopter pilot in Iraq in 2004. She was awarded a Purple Heart for her combat injuries. Braulio Castillo broke his foot in a prep school injury nearly three decades ago at the U.S. Military Preparatory School, which he attended for nine months before playing football in college. He owns a technology business certified as a service-disabled, veteran-owned company eligible for government set aside contracts. The two met at a House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing Wednesday in an exchange neither will forget anytime soon. For background, what brought them together was a months-long House probe into whether Castilloâ€™s company won IRS contracts thanks, in part, to help from a top contracting official and friend inside the IRS named Greg Roseman, who pleaded the Fifth Amendment when called to testify.While much of the hearing delved into questions about Roseman and Castilloâ€™s friendship, lawmakers from both parties wondered aloud how a prep school injury suffered so long ago could result in Castilloâ€™s company getting special set aside contract status from the government at a time when so many injured veterans are looking for work. But among hours of testimony, Duckworthâ€™s questioning of Castillo stood out. Viva La Stool.