Christopher, or Chris, Kyle. If this name is not familiar, I soon hope it should be. After a career ending injury as a professional rodeo participant, Kyle joined the Navy, earned his SEAL trident, and became a sniper. His contributions to the United States demonstrated by his career proves, without a doubt that Chris Kyle ought to be inducted into the U.S. Military Hall of Fame. Kyle protected U.S. lives, is highly decorated, and helped veterans.
“It was my duty to shoot the enemy and I don’t regret it. My regrets are for the people I couldn’t save: Marines, soldiers, buddies. I’m not naïve, I don’t romanticize war. The Worst moments of my life have come as a SEAL. But I can stand before God with a clear conscience about doing my job” (“Chris Kyle Quotes”). The first reason for why Chris Kyle should be inducted in the U.S. Military Hall of Fame is for his undying desire to protect not only his country, but his fellow countrymen as well. Kyle served over four tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan during the war on terror (“Chris Kyle Navy Seal”). Kyle also continued to protect people indirectly after he retired from the armed services. According to a Chris Kyle information website, “…he (Kyle) became chief instructor for training Naval Special Warfare Sniper and counter sniper teams and he authored the Naval Special Warfare Sniper Doctrine, the first Navy SEAL sniper manual” (“Chris Kyle Navy Seal”). Kyle also started a company in the U.S. with the idea of