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This page will provide updates on some of our Atv Military Buddies and what they are doing. If you know someone who is in the military and who enjoys atving please send their story in, and tell us what they do in the military. I would be more than happy to post their story and picture. In addition if they live within Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, and are coming home on leave, and would like to arrange a special atv ride, let me know, and if time permits I can put something together.

You can email me at
greg@jacobsatvmagazine.com
Steve a.k.a. Super Steve

I met Steve through Chris a.k.a. Renegader, and Steve is also a member of my magazine. Steve is a "lifer" in the Air Force, and has done several deployments to Bosnia, Afghanistan, as well as many other countries, and is currently serving in Iraq.

When Steve was home on leave in the Spring of 2008 we linked up for a ride in Arkansas, and it turned out to be one of the best rides I have been on, and we had a blast. It turned out we received several inches of snow on this ride, and no doubt Steve and I had a great time riding in it. It was great to met Steve, and provide a cool ride for him to take his mind off the daily grind of being on duty. After talking with Steve it really makes you proud that we have people like him protecting our country.

Stay safe Steve, and we will catch you on the next ride.
Mark a.k.a. Gunney

Mark is my brother in law, and he loves to go atving with us and his kids. Mark is a Gunnery Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, and is a lifer with 18 years in the Corps. Mark has done a lot in the Marine Corps, from serving in the legal division, serving as an Embassy Guard in the Philippines, Yeman, Colombia, and now most recently being deployed to Iraq to serve as an advisor to the Iraqi Police.

Mark has served as my West Coast Editor for the past year, and has ridden extensively in Utah, and California. We look forward to a speedy return of Mark, and some more riding.
A few current pictures from Mark in Iraq 2009