Congratulations to Bobby Blackhat Walters, United States Coast Guard veteran of 27 years and winner of MISSION: MUSIC Powered by USAA.
Earning the yellow stripes takes a special combination of honor, courage, and commitment.
The Navy wants to meet a number of objectives ranging from how far the gun can shoot to making sure the barrel will last.
In this episode, the WATM podcast team talks about Ken Burns' 'Vietnam' series, the down side of communism and Idi Amin. You won't want to miss it.
Marine veteran and stand-up comedian Mitch Burrow wants to use this one fantasy benefit to help improve his rough California commute.
The creator of Terminal Lance and the creator of DuffelBlog got together to rip on the events of the week, human anatomy, and dragon movies. You will love it.
Soon, the author will be releasing hundreds of "Terminal Lance" comics in paperback that weren't published online.
While some pursue careers along the lines of the A-level military training, others take a different path on the journey to realize their full potential.
In this episode of the Mandatory Fun podcast, we speak with The Marine Rapper a.k.a. TMR about how he went from wrapping tacos to rapping music lyrics.
In this episode, we speak with Kelvin Garvanne about his life as an Arabic/Iraqi role player, and how he takes training troops to a whole new level.
Role players submerge themselves into training scenarios with mock firefights, ambushes, and suicide bombings to help troops prepare for the real deal.
Not all deployments are created equal, but these vets have some good advice on how you can make your next deployment that much tolerable.