This is a must-see story of Jack “Rusty” Stottlemire, retired Sergeant Major of the Army. On this episode of HONOR, Stottlemire shares about his 27-year history with the military and 14 tours of duty in service to our country. He sacrificed his body and his family, and his choice to serve still affects him today. Now retired, Stottlemire is a knife maker for his own company, Rustick Knives. Watch as he gets the opportunity to take a Maine moose, which he describes as a no-brainer, bucket-list opportunity.
Honor | Jack Stottlemire
HONOR | Hank Patton - "Fortunate"
Patton was unemployed for six months when he was fortunate to be hired by USA Cares, an organization that provides financial and advocacy assistance to post-9/11 active duty US military service personnel, veterans and their families. Patton now serves people who are in similar situations that he was in during his unemployment. As a lifelong outdoorsman, he understands the value giving back. “I’ve always wanted to do something greater than myself,” said Patton. Patton's story is inspiring and a story worth hearing. Mossy Oak took him on a Pike County, Illinois bow hunt that was a "dream come true." As he recounts his experiences in life both in service and as an outdoorsman, he knows that he is fortunate.