I remember when my dad found out that I joined a militia he said, why HELL did you go and do that for, what the HELL were you thinking? My dad never served in the military so I didn’t expect him to understand, really, I don’t expect anyone who’s never served to understand why. As a soldier, a veteran, I hold myself and all those who’ve served and those who’re still serving to a higher standard than someone who’s never served. I expect veterans to join militias and resistance¬†groups. All we’re doing is honoring our oath. We’ve been trained for this. Okay maybe not exactly this but I think you get the idea.

Bottom line is we, veterans, are better trained for this or what’s to come then a civilian so it’s no surprise when veterans come to us and say they want to join. But when civilians, someone who’s never been properly or sufficiently trained in modern combat warfare and doesn’t know what to expect wants to join that to me is impressive. Actually, that’s the very definition of bravery. Thank you to all the men and women who’ve served and are still willing to serve and a special thank you to those of you who haven’t served and are willing to stand up in the defense of freedom despite of the unknown.
Michael Graham III
Founder/CEO of The Three Percenters Club