In times like these, we all want to strike back against the radical Islamic terrorists that senselessly bomb innocent civilian targets like the recent Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. But, most of us are constrained by age, physical fitness, and the rule of law. Instead, our soldiers fight on our behalf. Many of them have served overseas in tour after tour. Some have fought Islamic terrorists for over a decade. Some have returned with deep physical and emotional scars and some have come back to lie in orderly rows marked by marble stones.
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However, not everyone on the home front stays out of the fight. Over the years, one man has has redefined the term armchair warrior. He is a hacker who goes by the name Jester. According to this CNN article, the Jester is a former military man who served in Afghanistan and works in cyber-security. He attacks and takes down the websites that jihadists use to train and communicate. Why the U.S. military Cyber Command doesn’t undertake this work is beyond me. The Jester has taken down over 180 jihadist websites.
That’s why Minuteman Watches commemorates the work of the Jester with a watch bearing his handle. Minuteman Watches has long been helpingAmerica’s veterans by donating a hefty share of its projects to important veterans charities like Fisher house. When customers buy a Minuteman Jester, the company donates $100 to Fisher house. It’s one way that customers can help American soldiers, flip the Jihadists the bird, and commemorate the good work of a cyber crusader against terror.
Each Jester watch has a 42 millimeter diameter black PVD-coated stainless steel case (not counting the crown) and an American-made leather band. The watches are powered by a venerable ETA movement and are assembled in the United States. If you are interested in one of these Minuteman watches, check out them out on the Minuteman website.