Chicago certainly doesn’t have a shortage of gun regulations and restrictions, yet gun violence persists at an alarming rate. The guys weigh in on America’s most dangerous city.
The motives behind international kidnappings might be about money, revenge or political gain. No matter the reason, one thing is certain: being an American on international soil comes with risks.
NRA Life of Duty | Defending Our America: “Is America Willing To Protect Its Children?”
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As millions of combat troops return home and influence domestic police forces, the militarization trend has drawn criticism—but is it fair?
Drones come with benefits for our military and law enforcement, but do those benefits come at the expense of personal privacy?
The bulk of the world’s heroin now originates in Afghanistan. That means American drug users are funding not only Mexican cartels, but also our enemies in the Middle East.
NRA Life of Duty Correspondent Chuck Holton takes a look at the divide between North and South Korea.
NRA Life of Duty correspondent Chuck Holton reports on the federal stonewall he encountered while trying to cover the thousands of Mexican children detained at bases like Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
The Frontlines team travels to Hong Kong and the border of North Korea to expose the gateways to the black markets.
In May of 2011, Buckeye, Arizona police officers Chris Paz and Rolando Tirado were working off-duty security detail at a popular Phoenix event when an altercation with a reckless driver turned deadly.
The guys discuss American society’s discomfort over the very people and tools that ensure their comfort.
Tim’s “plate of honey” theory says an attack—or series of attacks—on American soft targets is nearly inevitable.
The guys discuss the tragic attacks in Kenya, Mumbai and Beslan.
Please take a moment to watch our special D-Day tribute featuring 94-year-old WWII veteran John Perozzi on his emotional journey back to the beaches of Normandy.
Think of America like a plate of honey,” Tim says. “And the jihadists are more like bees.” For over a decade, those bees have flocked to the nearest honey—our military in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The guys explain the strategic disadvantages created by openly declaring our rules of engagement.
Please take a moment to watch our Memorial Day Tribute featuring Chuck Holton and his special message from the beaches of Normandy.
In episode four of NRA Life of Duty’s newest series, the group looks back at My Lai and Abu Ghraib.
NRA Life of Duty Presented by Brownells and FNH USA have released the full feature for this month’s Frontlines report, “Al Shabaab America.”
The guys discuss the value of what it means to be an American citizen, the rights we enjoy and how easily and often those rights are abused.
The guys discuss how a situation as violent and damaging to America as the Mexican cartels’ influence within our border can stay under the radar for years.
NRA Life of Duty Presented by Brownells and SIG Sauer have released the first episode of NRA Life of Duty’s newest series.
Sportsman Channel Secures Exclusive Rights to Series Celebrating Heroes of Military and Homeland…
With more than 2.3 million inmates in America’s penitentiary system today, our correctional officers are severely outnumbered and under the constant threat of attack inside and outside prison walls.
NRA Life of Duty Presented by Brownells and FNH USA have released the full feature for this month’s Frontlines report, “Hallowed Targets.”
NRA Life of Duty’s newest program dissects three words: “Defending Our America.”
Travel underground with the NRA Life of Duty Frontlines team to a repurposed tunnel system in West Virginia.
Travel underground with the NRA Life of Duty Frontlines team to a repurposed tunnel system in West Virginia, where first responders are learning how to react if transit terror ever comes to America’s front door.
On December 8, 2009, Medal of Honor Recipient Dakota Meyer was ordered to stay behind as his patrol unknowingly headed towards enemy insurgents who awaited their arrival.
At only 21 years old, Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer had experienced combat, but nothing like on the morning of September 8, 2009.
October 23 of this year marked the 30th anniversary of the terror attack on the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon.
Today, we honor the millions of Americans who have fought for our freedom.
NRA Life of Duty presented by Brownells is proud to release a new Patriot Profiles Full Feature sponsored by Smith & Wesson called Highest Honor.
Dakota Meyer is a country boy who grew up amongst the corn and tobacco fields in the rolling hills and lush farmland of Columbia, Kentucky.
On the 30th anniversary of the 1983 Beirut Barracks Bombing, NRA Life of Duty Correspondent Chuck Holton and LtCol Oliver North sit down to reflect on that dreadful day.