On the Grind in the Great White North

Without lacking notoriety, versatility or ferocity, the Canadian Armed Forces are a considerably smaller fighting force in comparison their coalition partners in the United States.  Because of this, sometimes their veteran neighbors south of the border receive more attention in the entrepreneurial efforts, as U.S. veterans pioneer different areas of business while serving and after... Continue Reading →

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DOC SPARTAN: Hometown Veteran Buying Back the Block

Dale King started off as a Military Intelligence Officer attached to the 10th Special Forces Group, with a military lineage embedded in his DNA. After his time in service to his country he returned to his hometown of Portsmouth, in southern Ohio to begin his pursuit of local service. Which he argues creates more of... Continue Reading →

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Toor Knives: Brothers and Bladesmiths

If you close your eyes and imagine a workshop occupied by a Ranger and two Marines it would probably look a lot like the place that Cameron, Connor and Jeremy design and forge their custom blades. There are several polyester flags on the wall, which reflect the different paths of military service of each employee,... Continue Reading →

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One Year Ago

One year ago we decided to forge a new path for ourselves. The goal was not to get rich or to change the world, but to present a different viewpoint and to give a voice to those who deserve to be heard. Because our livelihood depends on a variety of other ventures, there were many... Continue Reading →

American Barbell Club

Getting out of the military is a bittersweet experience for many reasons. There are several things that usually need to happen right away when one ends their time on active duty, plus a couple more if you’re coming back from an OCONUS duty station. Right along with securing food, shelter and employment to sustain the first... Continue Reading →

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