My Story: Saluting the SEALs – HoustonTexans.com

Picture 10Some people look to NFL players as heroes, but for JJ Watt, the real heroes are the individuals who risk their lives every day to serve our country. In the most recent “My Story” video profiling JJ’s trip with the NFL-USO tour to Afghanistan, Watt talks about what it was like going inside a Chinook helicopter, knowing that in 2011, one of them was shot down, causing 22 SEALs to lose their lives in the process. You can watch it here.

 

My Story: Up Close With Machinery on the USO tour – HoustonTexans.com

Picture 8With some many stories coming back from the war in Afghanistan, sometimes it’s easy to forget that each and every soldier has a name, and their own personal story.  For JJ Watt, having the chance to take a ride in the very same helicopters that the military uses on its missions really made the experience hit home. And yes, even JJ was surprised there was enough room in some of them for all 6’5″ of him! Watch him talk about it here.

My Story: Making the Moment Memorable – HoustonTexans.com

Picture 5For JJ Watt, posing with the fans and smiling for the camera is a daily occurrence (and sometimes more like a several hundred times a day occurrence) but that doesn’t stop JJ from going the extra step to try to really connect with the fans and make the moment personal. In this “My Story,” JJ talks about doing just that on his recent USO tour to Afghanistan. Video.

 

My Story: Autographs in Afghanistan – HoustonTexans.com

Picture 4“You never get tired of signing autographs for folks in the military.” In this latest episode of “My Story,” JJ Watt talks more about his March 2013 trip to Afghanistan as part of the USO tour. Besides the usual helmets, jackets, and shirts, Watt was even asked to sign some of his very own Texans gear that soldiers had brought with them overseas. Pretty rad. Check out the video here.