Colin Wayne Pays Tribute To Military Heroes For Veterans Day | Celebrity Page

Veterans Day is a time for our country to come together to salute our heroes. Today, we're talking to army veteran Colin Wayne, who has recently spoken with actress Megan Fox about his time serving and overcoming an injury.


Megan Chats With Colin Wayne

Wayne already served for our country for over five years and he still has a lot of youth in him! Fox comments:

"I can't believe you've served three tours and you're still only 29, right? That's a lot of tours, so young!"

Wayne has already served in Egypt, Afghanistan and Iraq. In Afghanistan he was injured by a rocket explosion but has since recovered and has moved on to do more good.

Wayne Gives His All To Redline Steel

Colin Wayne explains to us how he puts helping others first, before making money. He explains:

"I'm a humanitarian, a philanthropist at heart. and so for me, people over profit any day."

He has taken his energy to not only become a business man, a fitness model, and recently has been working to build homes for people who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. His business, Redline Steel manufactures home decor while also engaging in a partnership with Habitat for Humanity. This collaboration has attracted some celebrities while in the process, such as Amber Heard, Lance Bass, and Beyonce's mom, Tina Knowles. Wayne goes on to explain how he has left the army with a certain set of values that inspires him to keep helping others:

"My favorite army core value is that word integrity. Just doing what's right even when nobody's looking."

Colin Wayne is an inspiration for us all, and we thank him and the many others who have dedicated their time to serving our country.

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