Veteran’s Day Week: Michael Bradley

On November 8, 2011, by AMI Staff

Michael Bradley in Kuwait City

As we announced in cooperation with our friends at and, in honor of Veteran’s Day this Friday, November 11, the American Mustache Institute plans a week of special tributes.

AMI often reminds the Mustached American community that we are the bravest organization in the history of mankind behind only the U.S. Military. And due to this great respect we have for our military, we will feature Mustached American men and women serving proudly throughout the week.

To kick things off, we bring you the story of Michael Bradley.

In 1973, Bradley both grew his handsome upper lip garment and began serving his country. Throughout his career,  he served as an active duty soldier, in the National Guard, and Army Reserves, seeing action in the first Desert Storm.

“I joined because I come from a long ling of those who served,” Bradley told the American Mustache Institute. “My kids serve as well and my oldest has a mustache which is blonde and therefore hard to see.”

A person of Mustached American descent, Bradley is particularly proud of his father’s service during World War II, and the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. The elder Major John Bradley (photographed below) fought for his country all the while living a healthy, happy, sturdy, and sexually dynamic Mustached American lifestyle.

Thank you to the Bradley family for their service to our nation and God bless America.

Mustached American Major John Bradley