"The Medal of Honor is the highest honor that can bestowed on a soldier. It represents a level of commitment and valor that often requires the ultimate sacrifice. For those who have served, it is a sacrifice we would willingly make for our country. I left the military in 1999 (AFSOC CC assigned to 819th and 823rd RHS), but it has never left me. The nature of war has changed dramatically in the last decade, and the gear I deployed into the field with is practically archaic by today’s standards. My Tier 1 brethren have weapon systems that can reach out further than we ever thought possible, unmanned drones that can spot their targets no matter where they hide, remote controlled robots that are loaded for bear, and refined techniques to counter the rising tide of unconventional enemies. If you read my review of the Medal of Honor reboot in 2010, you’ll know that it struck me in a profound way. I stated unequivocally that Medal of Honor easily trumps Call of Duty in the careful and realistic approach to the single player game, leaning heavily on the real men and women that protect our country, and basing their scenarios on the real-world situations that have demanded our attention for the last few years. Medal of Honor Warfighter tackles our newest consequences of foreign policy with a new set of Operators – could lightning strike twice?"