"Riding to me is how I find my zen. I can have the worst day in the world and [ride] and I don't think about anything else."
In this episode of "Paving the Way," Weston Scott catches up with Army Ranger Wil Willis to talk about what riding motorcycles means to them.
There's the version Navy recruits hear during basic training, and there's the actual version, otherwise known as a compromise between budget and bulge.
Most became stars of propaganda films, publicly living the life of megastars. When the cameras were gone, life became very different for them all.
Earning the yellow stripes takes a special combination of honor, courage, and commitment.
Navy SEAL candidates go through some of the hardest military training in the world before earning their beloved Trident. Watch an average guy try to pass.
Traditional Japanese met Americanized Mexican food and started a V-Day party, when this food fusion was born in Okinawa after the end of World War II.
A Coast Guard Cutter needs a top shelf cook to keep things running smoothly on patrol. The Cochito has FS2 Arianna Gunn and her gourmet game is strong.
Fighting fires works up an appetite. Lucky for this ladder company, their ranking lieutenant (and resident Devil Dog) is also a gourmet chef.
The prestigious Culinary Institute of America was founded to teach World War II vets to be chefs. At this school, warrior values go a long way.
A visit to a humane sheep farm in South Carolina provides a soulful window into the world of food. This is where the enlightened come to meet their meat.
Fort Lee's Military Culinary Arts Competition is where the chefs of the Armed Forces come to practice craft, swap ideas and joyfully beat each other up.
During WWII, being a member of a heavy bomber crew meant you were incredibly brave and you put your country over yourself — it was that dangerous.
The U.S. military's uniform history is one of tradition and tactical purpose. Many tiny details on our uniforms date back centuries, except this one.