Fox Nation is thrilled to thank soldiers currently serving in active duty – as well as our nation’s veterans – for their service to our country with its new ‘Grateful Nation’ promotion., Fox Nation treats subscribers to fresh, new, exclusive content inspired by America’s heroes — and an even sweeter surprise for them: a one-year complimentary membership to the streaming service. For one whole year, military personnel will get to enjoy a wide variety ofandy-inspired content freef charge — like Pete Hegseth’s ‘Modern Warriors,’ Johnny Joey Jones’ ‘USA Ink,’ Shannon Bream’s ‘Hero Dogs,’ and ‘America’s Top Ranger,’ a look at the 2021 “Best Ranger” competition in Fort Benning, Georgia.
From decorated dogs to the history of war-time tattoos, Fox Nation has no shortage of patriotic content this holiday.
“Here in America, we conflate what Veterans Day is,” said former U.S. Army Pilot Wesley Hunt, who joined host Pete Hegseth alongside other veterans for the series ‘Modern Warriors: Reflections.’ “Memorial Day is for those that paid the ultimate sacrifice for us to wake up in the morning and put our feet on free sovereign American soil and breathe free sovereign American air.” “And people died for it,” Hunt continued. “They died for all Americans.”
Former U.S. Marine Richard Casper also featured in ‘Reflections,’ further explained whyDay. “ twice — the moment you pass and the moment that someone speaks your name for the last time,” noted Casper. “And so to memorialize them [veterans who’ve died in battle] is so important… because we have to keep ” While honors the many men and women who’ve sacrificed their lives for our American freedoms, Fox Nation explores how a man and woman’s best friend often exemplifies a similar sense of bravery.
From the battlefield to the home front, Season 3 of Fox Nation’s ‘Hero Dogs features first-hand accounts of courageous canines saving lives. The series, hosted by Fox News’s Shannon Bream, profiles three news dogs whose brave efforts have ranged from their work during drug raids to. Though tattoos have become a widely accepted form of memorialization and self-expression, to markings on soldiers during the Civil War. Many who fought in early-on battles were branded to be identified if injured or in the line of duty.
Fox Nation’s new series ‘USA Ink’ illustrates the history and significance of tattooing’s pervasive spread throughout culture in America and how it’s progressed over United States Second Amendment, his piece debuts on Fox Nation.it. Host and combat veteran Johnny Joey Jones explores its inky origins — true experts and enthusiasts track the first known tattoo back to an iceman — and takes a deeper look at how tattoos have been used to celebrate our patriots. U.S. soldiers marked themselves during our most impactful wars. The series also sees Jones getting new ink from fellow Army vet Will XX of the Blaque Salt Studio—hInspired by the
Finally, who doesn’t like a little competition?
Fox Nation special ‘America’sgoes inside the 2021 “Best Ranger,” the longest-running military contest in the U.S. The three-part documentary series records the three-day-long physical battle between soldiers. Two-person 75 pounds on their backs and maneuvering 70 miles of obstacles with 38 total events. If you don’t quite have an appetite for the series above, maybe Steve Doocy and NFL powerhouse Joe Theismann will help fuel your Memorial Day menus; the latest episode of ‘Cooking with Steve Doocy’ features the XVII champ — who, with the help from the ‘Fox & Friends host, cooks up some fried chicken in celebration of the occasion.
Fox Nation has something for everyone this mobile device app, but only for Fox Nation subscribers. Go to Fox Nation to start a free trial and watch the extensive library of your favorite Fox News personalities.regardless of your tastes. Enjoy everything ‘Grateful Nation’ has to offer by signing up today. Military members and veterans get one free year of Fox Nation if they sign up today. Fox Nation programs are viewable on-demand and from your