As the son of a Grammy Award winner, Marine veteran Shawn Driscoll has always been surrounded by musical influences.
It’s not just his father, Phil, who was nominated for five Grammys and won in 1984 for best gospel performance by a duo or group for the song “Keep the Flame Burning.’’ Driscoll lived in Woodstock, the city in New York for which the legendary 1969 music festival is named, as a child
After a roadside bomb burned 34% of his body, J.R. Martinez could not escape the change in his appearance when he looked in the mirror.
World events are causing businesses to review, reflect, and take action on inclusion practices. The drive for companies to make positive changes around inclusion and diversity in the workplace is now more critical than ever before.
Jun Shin realized he needed to secure his financial future shortly after his battle with testicular cancer began.
Growing up poor in North Carolina, Mike Loyd was always looking for a way out.
He found one by enlisting in the Marines in 2010. After seven years in the military, Loyd rose to become a captain and was stationed at Camp Pendleton, California. As a combat engineer, he built bridges. Loyd, 36, is still building them.
MIC Media in partnership with Ameriforce Media will launch the Military Influencer Magazine this September