Larry Fowler




BIO – Larry Fowler is the publisher of USMilitary.com Network one of America’s premier privately owned military websites. Larry also served in the United States Navy and was chosen by his peers as Honor Man in basic training and then was immediately transferred to Coronado CA where he graduated Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL Training (BUDS) Class 89 in 1976. Larry is happily married to Debbie and currently has four sons, two dogs and too many chipmunks in his back yard. Larry’s passion is his faith, wife and family and then serving his honored military clients. USMilitary.com is not a government agency.



Articles By Larry Fowler
Is Navy SEAL (BUD/S) Training Easier Today?
Is Navy Seal (BUD/S) easier today? As a graduate of BUD/S Class 89 and although the mud flats is no longer tolerated you may be surprised about BUDS today.

Unmasking America
One of America’s most respected columnist Charles Krauthammer told Fox News last night that American students are now being instructed about all of the pathologies of the United States and very little of the glories.

Corporations That Recognize May is National Military Appreciation Month
Military discounts go a long way for veterans. While the military gets an entire month, we really should appreciate their service all year long. However, during the month of May, many companies offer additional discounts for military members, their families and even veterans.

How Veterans Find Success After the Military
For veterans, finding success after the military is not always a simple task. Going from the military to a civilian career is a big transition. There are several things you should know when you come out of the military.

Getting Drafted Articles On USMilitary.com Spikes Up To 7,954%
The past two days following President Trump’s tomahawk missile attacks on Syria, we naturally saw a tremendous spike in USMilitary.com’s traffic.

President Trump Doesn’t Blink As He Boldly Launches Attack on Syria
President Trump launched a targeted military strike on the air field in Syria from where the chemical attack was launched, it is in this vital national security of the United States to prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons


Today’s Top Army Careers For Women
There are several great careers for women entering into the U.S. Army. Whether you prefer to be in the thick of things or you want to sit behind a desk at headquarters, there’s an Army job for women like you.

Leading Navy Veterans Jobs in 2017
After retiring from the Navy, you may not know what you’re going to do with yourself. It’s time to find a new job and start a new path. There are some great jobs out there for Navy veterans and some are certainly better than others.

The GI Bill Miracle
The GI Bill, sometimes called the Montgomery Bill or the Montgomery GI Bill, was started after WII vets came home as a way to help them move from combat to a career. The Montgomery Bill provided veterans with money for school, unemployment compensation, home loans and more.

Is Obesity Becoming A National Security Issue for the Military?
Is it possible that obesity is becoming a National Security issue for the US Military? The national security issue of obesity is a two-headed monster for the United States Military. It not only affects military personnel, but it has also shrunk the potential recruiting pool. As obesity in America rises, the military and national security are impacted.









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