Tag: All American Heroes

ALL AMERICAN HEROES writes: There are a lot of tough jobs in the Marine Corps, but pretty much the toughest jobs involve infantrymen. They are the boots on the ground who put it all on the line. Lance Corporal Hector was an infantry mortarman. His job was to work with small ground units to put mortar rounds on the enemy positions. Hector ultimately did not have to go into combat, but he and his unit sat off shore, waiting for…

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ALL AMERICAN HEROES writes: Petty Officer Rizzo prides himself on keeping up on his training, and his buddy EMT Kayden stopped by and gave Rizzo the chance to brush up on his CPR and life saving skills. Rizzo lays down and gives himself up for the demonstration, and Kayden goes right to work. He starts assessing his patient for injuries by running his hands over Rizzo’s body (Rizzo liked this part). Kayden’s hands lingered just long enough on Rizzo’s crotch…

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ALL AMERICAN HEROES writes: Sergeant Neil is a hard charging Army dog, who starts off his day by waking up at 5 am to go to PT and roll around in the dirt to help keep our country safe. After that, it’s a huge breakfast and then off to work in Motor Transport, keeping everything rolling. It’s hard work, and occasionally he wishes he could sleep in. But with a few cups of coffee, he gets going, and at the…

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ALL AMERICAN HEROES writes: Physical Training (PT) is a vital and regular part of our service members’ and first responders’ lives. Whether at home, or abroad, the work can be physically intense. Carrying another person requires a lot of core strength, and so Navy Corpsman Logan likes to team up with a workout buddy to help keep himself physically primed and ready. EMT Kayden is working hard to get himself bulked up, so he’s happy to get together with his…

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ALL AMERICAN HEROES writes: Both Army Specialist JD and Staff Sergeant Alex are young lean and toned military studs, who are in great shape. But Staff Sergeant Alex has been wanting to work on his flexibility more. So he went to his buddy to see if he could get some help with his technique. JD starts him off with a couple simple stretches to limber his buddy up, but Alex needs a little hands-on guidance. So JD takes up position…

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ALL AMERICAN HEROES writes: Medicine is in Medical Tech Connor’s genes. His grandmother provided the inspiration for Connor to develop his healing arts. So he joined the Navy, studied hard and soon he was a Registered Nurse. Following his time in the Navy, Connor decided to continue medicine working in an assisted care facility, where he had the chance to save the life of one of his patients. Connor also likes to show off in front of a camera and…

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