Just joined the community and thought I would drop in and introduce myself. I have been following The art of Manliness for about a year now, and enjoyed everything I have seen.  I decided it is time I checked out the community.  My name is Jordan and I am a 31 years old and live in Utah. I am a Deputy Sheriff for Utah County and served for 8 year in the Army National Guard, including a tour to Iraq. I have had many experiences in my life that have shaped and molded who I am.  I look forward to getting to know some of you and as a group becoming better men.

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Greetings, Jordan. Tell us about those experiences.

That's not an easy task. I am happy to expound, but like a rifle I need a little direction. Anything specific your interested in knowing?

I understand, but you have to realize that not all of us have a life that rich in defining moments, so perhaps it's an easier target for us. Can you name your top two defining moments? Whatever comes to mind first probably qualifies. 

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