"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.
Our resident Air Force officer explains the details of this special naming event.
If you could choose any role in any war, what would you choose? That’s the question these veterans answer in this episode of the Mandatory Fun podcast.
In this episode of the Mandatory Fun podcast, Blake, Chase, Tim, and O.V. discuss their favorite perks of service life.
Dale Dye wants to make the "air version" of "Saving Private Ryan," and he wants to film it with as many military veterans as possible.
In this episode of the Mandatory Fun podcast, two former officers and enlistees confess the best and worst about dealing with each other.
In this episode of the Mandatory Fun podcast, Marine infantry officer turned Army Green Beret Chase Millsap, and our benevolent smartass Navy Corpsman Tim Kirkpatrick share their experiences working with the locals.
Grunt officers get a bad wrap when they arrive to their first unit. Like any newbie, "Butter Bars" — military slang for 2nd Lieutenants — have to earn the respect of their men despite their rank.
Army medics and Navy corpsmen are a perfect example of service branch cooperation. When they work together, they save lives.
Every service member should know about these Air Force legends and their badassery.