Chuck Holton is an American war correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network, and a published author, and motivational speaker. Holton is the former host of “Frontlines” an NRA TV Series. Chuck is also the host of The Hot Zone Podcast.
Holton has been a freelance cameraman for Fox news, following Ret. Lt. Col. Oliver North on his travels as host of War Stories with Oliver North on the Fox News Channel.
Holton was born in 1969 in Carson City, Nevada. At age 17 Holton joined the United States Army, shipping off to basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia. Holton is a graduate of both Airborne School and Ranger School, graduating Ranger class 3-89. Holton went on to attend Jumpmaster School, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare School and Assault Climber school, and was later an instructor at the United States Military Academy at Camp Buckner. Holton was deployed to Panama for Operation Just Cause, where he served as a team leader. He served four years with the 75th Ranger Regiment.
After four years of active duty, Holton joined the Wisconsin Army National guard, where he received training as a helicopter mechanic and eventually became trained as an Aeroscout Observer, flying the Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter. His awards and decorations include the Army Service Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Senior Parachutist Badge, Ranger tab, Expert Infantryman Badge, and Combat Infantryman Badge.
Holton is the author of seven books:
He has also collaborated with Oliver North on two books:
GunFreedomRadio Video Interview Series Vol4 EP90 Chuck Holton – Originally Aired on 7.29.17
Guest: Chuck Holton is the host of “Frontlines” an NRA TV Series, is American war correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network, and a published author, and motivational speaker.
Synopsis: Holton and his NRATV film crew faced sniper fire from ISIS fighters while filming in the Phillipeans. They were able to catch the event on video along with some dramatic aerial drone video of the war-torn area. Holton also compares the terrorist threat in the Philippines with that in the area of Mosul, Iraq. Finally, we talk about his coverage of the recent Women’s “Anti-Gun / Anti-NRA” March.