American sniper, Chris Kyle dedicated his life to helping veterans with PTSD. This weekend he’s being remembered with a fundraiser for his cause.
It’s being called the largest Concealed Handgun Class – ever. More than 700 educators showed up for the free CHL class Saturday at Kennedale High School.
Billed as the “largest CHL class ever,” Kennedale High School will host a one-day Concealed Handgun License course for up to 1,000 Texas school teachers.
The family of a murdered ex-Navy SEAL is now working personally with a sculptor creating a statue of him.
Even before North Texan and Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was killed at a gun range while trying to help a fellow veteran, sculptor Gregory Marra was already working on a statue that would one day honor him.
The Texas House has unanimously passed a resolution honoring slain former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, saying he “was clearly dedicated to the idea of putting others first.”
The parents of Eddie Ray Routh, the man suspected of killing the nation’s deadliest sniper and his friend, released a statement regarding the deaths of the two men.
Texas lawmakers will likely see a bill in the next legislative session allowing some military veterans to skip most police academy training en route to becoming a sworn police officer.
Days before ex-Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was killed, he had started the process to become a police officer for the Dalworthington Gardens Police Department.
Chris Kyle was laid to rest. He caught a ride from this life in an earthen vessel bound for the afterlife. It was sad, yet the finality that all needed.
There were all kinds of people lined up: parents and children, friends and co-workers and solitary citizens — all waiting for the moment the white hearse bearing Chris Kyle’s body passed by.
Mourners holding U.S. flags gone limp from a light rain crowded streets and highway overpasses in North Texas on Tuesday to watch the funeral procession for slain former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.