A fan asked Popp if he had ever fought along side the armed forces of other countries. The answer is yes.
If you think joining the military is all whores in bars throwing themselves at the uniform and blowing shit up, you are sadly mistaken. If you join looking for glory, you probably won’t find it.
Don’t think you can just shake this one off. You can’t.
Fool me once, shame on you.
While you’re in the Army, a lot of unpleasant things can happen. You can get served divorce papers while deployed, come home to a Dear John letter, or maybe even get fire ants thrown on you.
One of the big questions men in the military tend to get is, “What is it like serving with gay men?” Turns out, not bad at all.
On August 11, 2014, Noah’s Ark didn’t look like fiction in southeastern Michigan. A severe thunderstorm came through so viciously, not only did many people lose their homes, a few people actually died. Five years later, Popp reflects on that day.
Nothing sends chills down your spine like being utterly alone in the wilderness and hearing total silence set in.
Popp lived in a haunted apartment in New York and given the state’s history, it’s not surprising.
Retired First Sergeant Terrence Popp has a message for the President of the United States. Tweet this to the President.
In the Army, you’re guilty until proven innocent.
There are good leaders and bad leaders. Does gender matter?