Fox Nation Honors Military Personnel With New Content, Extends Free Membership
Fox Nation is bringing exclusive new content inspired by American heroes to subscribers – and has expanded an offer to military and active-duty veterans for a free one-year subscription to the streaming service.
Fox Nation is delighted to thank the military for their service to our country with its new “Grateful Nation” promotion. For one year, military personnel will be able to enjoy a wide variety of content free of charge, such as “Modern Warriors” by Pete Hegseth, “USA Ink” by Johnny Joey Jones, “Hero Dogs” by Shannon Bream and “America’s Top Ranger” a preview of the 2021 “Best Ranger” competition in Fort Benning, Ga.
From decorated dogs to wartime tattoo history, Fox Nation has no shortage of patriotic content this holiday.
“Here in America, we confuse what Veterans Day is with what Memorial Day is,” said former U.S. Army pilot Wesley Hunt, who joined host Pete Hegseth alongside other veterans of the series “Modern Warriors: Reflections”.
“Memorial Day is for those who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we would wake up in the morning and put our feet on free sovereign American soil, and breathe in the free sovereign American air.”
“And people have died for it,” Hunt continued. “They died for all Americans.”
Former US Navy Richard Casper, also featured in “Reflections,” further explained why Americans need to recognize Memorial Day.
“They always say you die twice – the moment you pass by and the moment someone last speaks your name,” Casper noted. “And so to commemorate them [veterans who’ve died in battle] is so important… because we have to keep saying their names. “
As Memorial Day serves to honor the many men and women who sacrificed their lives for our American freedoms, Fox Nation explores how a man’s and a 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” presents first-hand accounts of courageous dogs saving lives. The series, hosted by Fox News’ Shannon Bream, profiles three journalists whose courageous efforts range from working in drug raids to protecting American soldiers in Afghanistan.
Although tattoos have become a widely accepted form of remembrance and self-expression, tattooing in American history can be traced back to the marks on soldiers during the Civil War. Many of those who fought in the early battles were marked for identification, in case they were injured or killed in the line of duty.
Fox nation new Serie “Ink of the United States”, illustrates the history and importance of the ubiquitous spread of tattooing in American culture, and how it has progressed over time alongside it.
Host and combat veteran Johnny Joey Jones explores its ink origins – true experts and enthusiasts trace the earliest known tattoo to an Ice Man – and takes a closer look at how tattoos were used to celebrate our patriots and American soldiers, who stood out during our most significant wars.
The series also sees Jones getting a new ink from his fellow Army veterinarian, Will XX of Blaque Salt Studio. His play, inspired by the Second Amendment of the United States, debuts on Fox Nation.
Finally, who doesn’t like a little competition?
Fox Nation special ‘America’s best ranger ‘ enters the “Best Ranger” 2021, the oldest military contest in the USA
The three-part documentary series records the three-day physical battle between the soldiers. Two-man teams compete for 62 straight hours while carrying 75 pounds on their backs and maneuvering 70 miles of obstacles with 38 events in total.
If you don’t really have an appetite for the aforementioned series, maybe Steve Doocy and NFL giant Joe Theismann will help fuel your Memorial Day menus; The latest episode of “Cooking with Steve Doocy” stars the Super Bowl XVII champion – who, with help from the host of “Fox & Friends”, cooks up fried chicken to celebrate the occasion.
Whatever your tastes, Fox Nation has something for everyone this Memorial Day. Take advantage of all that ‘Grateful Nation’ has to offer by signing up today.
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