Growing up in Hoover, Chris Parks worked at a family owned butcher shop. After high school he attended Auburn University. Almost 16 years and multiple combat missions later, Major Chris Parks is about to leave the U.S. Marines. Parks joined Scott Chambers, host of Warrior Wednesday to share his story. Parks talks about his days as a struggling student in college, to leading a rifle platoon on the battlefield. Hear what it was like in the heat of battle, a message that gave him hope in the middle of a mission, and how determination is the key to success.
- EP 17: Former Air Force Captain, turned actor and author, Joe Zieja shares his story with Warrior Wednesday
- EP 16: Retired military police officer Todd Rauch talks about being wounded in Iraq and how he wants to continue serving with his run for the Alabama State House of Representatives
- EP 15: From West Point, to the battlefield, to business owner, Captain Clayton Hinchman talks about his life as an Airborne Ranger
- EP 14: From butcher shop to rifle platoon commander: Major Chris Parks talks about his service as a U.S. Marine
- EP 13: From a Troubled Childhood, in a Single Parent Home, Congressman Scott Taylor (R- Virginia) Talks About Avoiding Charges as a Youth to serving as a NAVY Seal