“It was an incredible 15-day tour on 10 US Army bases,” Kent said. “I was doing college shows and I loved doing them, but I wanted to give back more. These people were so appreciative it was really fulfilling and it became difficult to leave each night.”
My recent tour in South Korea was an unbelieveable experience. I arrived home one week ago, and I’m JUST NOW getting over the jet lag. The photos were easy to put up, and by now, many of you have seen them. If you havent, they are here.
I have some pretty incredible stories that I plan on sharing with you. I hope to create videos to share telling some of the stories like my experience with a Brigadier General’s daughter onstage, being completely immersed in parts of Korea where no one spoke English, hanging out with a bunch of ICW Professional Wrestlers, a special gift from the 557th MP Company, and being left unaccompanied for 2 hours in the Demilitarized Zone with no security escorts! Stay tuned! It will take me awhile to get through the almost 4 hours of video footage on my camera, but (most of) it will eventually be seen!