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Top 20 Navy Rescue Swimmer Gift Ideas

20 Rescue Swimmer Gift Ideas It took a bit of research and an awesome wife to find these things online, but here is a compilation of cool gifts for fellow Rescue Swimmers. Based on what we found I also designed a few things on my own based on experie ...

Support Search & Rescue = Get Lost!

  Support Search and Rescue = Get Lost! The way we rescue guys stay in business is by having business. So encourage others to get lost, fall overboard or create a mess that we can come clean up!So Others May Live! P.S. just kidding about really ...

Die Free or Die Trying

Die Free, or Die Trying. Veterans are selfless servants who protect our freedoms each and every day. Thank you! True Veteran stories can be found on our Stories page   Hard to believe but they published some of the comics I drew during my 20 yea ...

The Price of Freedom

“The price if freedom is eternal vigilance.” – Thomas Jefferson   Other true Veteran stories can be found on our Stories page Hard to believe but they published some of the comics I drew during my 20 year military career! These humorous mu ...

Where is Chesty?

  What would happen if Chesty XV the Marine Corps mascot went missing? Did a Falcon get him? or a Goat or Mule kick him off a ledge? Chesty XV is a male English Bulldog, and is named after Chesty Puller. Puller is the most decorated Marine in Am ...

The Frontlines Comics

The Frontlines is a compilation of humorous experiences throughout 20 years of service in both the U.S. Navy and the Army. As a rescue swimmer, a helicopter pilot and serving in special operations the military provided incredible life changing events ...

There is many a boy here today who looks on war as all glory, but boys, it is all hell.

– General William Sherman

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