f it weren’t for the stories, books and movies about men like Chris Kyle and Marcus Luttrell I would have never wanted to be a Navy SEAL. In fact, it was the movie “Navy SEALs” from the 1990′s where I learned about the elite force. Reluctantly I began to write about Chris and I slowly began to actually feel like we were doing something. Probably not much of anything, but it was the first time I felt like I was part of the SOF community in a long time and I desperately missed my brothers. I sent Brandon what I wrote up and thanked him for the opportunity to at least try and contribute to the mission. Again it all felt very selfish, but damn it, I needed to do something, anything to serve Chris and his memory.Read More
I was blessed with the opportunity to have been Chris’s Sniper Instructor, and to get to know him as a person. Chris was an amazing student. A confident professional who was there so that he could better serve his country, community and no doubt Texas. Every time I worked with Chris I was learning as much or more from him as he was from me.