Interesting fact about Johnny Walker. He participated in over 1000 missions with the Navy SEALs in Iraq. He saved countless American lives, most notably that of Chris Kyle’s, the SEAL sniper Johnny worked hand-in-hand with. His efforts did not go un-noticed. As a result of the numerous lives saved and missions completed, the teams bestowed unto him, the right to wear the Navy SEAL Trident. He’s the only person walking the planet who has never completed BUD/S and is authorized to wear the Navy SEAL Trident.
A symbol used by Navy SEALS, the “bone frog” signifies the amphibious work the SEAL Teams perform. Sea, Air, Land. A SEAL is a highly-trained special forces soldier of the US Navy. Part of a group of 2, 4, 8, or no higher than 16 other SEALs. Navy SEALs are pretty much the modern-day ninja; they are trained to meld in with the scenery and attack without being noticed. Their bodies are trained and pushed beyond almost human-limits. Johnny suffered numerous broken bones, lost teeth, and a host of other injuries but kept moving forward. He’s a true American Hero.