About US

Warfighter News is a reporting organization comprised of combat veterans and their families. Warfighter News is dedicated to serving our nation’s veterans and providing insight on issues that concern the military community and their families.

Spencer H. Walker
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Mr. Walker served in the United States Marine Corps as a Non-Commissioned Officer in both an Active and Reserve capacity. He deployed with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) conducting various operations in Southeast Asia and with Regimental Combat Team-7 in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Since his Honorable separation from Active service in 2011, Mr. Walker has continued to serve the U.S. Government as a U.S. Paramilitary Operator throughout Southwest Asia, specifically focused on the AF/PAK region.

Managing Editor
Daniel Racca
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Originally from the Houston suburb of Conroe, Texas Daniel graduated from Magnolia High school in 2003. Several months later, Mr. Racca enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Daniel served in 1st Reconnaissance Battalion in Al Fallujah(and surrounding areas) in the Al An Bar province as an liaison with SEAL Team 10 to train the Iraqi Special Forces in military operations. Daniel served three tours in Iraq in 2005, 2006, and 2007. After being Honorably Discharged in 2008, Daniel earned a Bachelors Degree in History and Political Science from Sam Houston State University. He currently resides in Louisiana and is an Estimations Engineer for an industrial construction company.

Matthew Alexander

Mr. Matthew Alexander enlisted in the United States Marines Corps in 2008. He served with MALS-11 (Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron) where he conducted and was responsible for supporting/supplying necessary equipment for various types of aircraft such as AH-1 Cobras, FA-18 Hornet Fighter Jets and KC-130 Aerial Refuler Transport Aircraft. He deployed with Marine Aviation Group 16 to Helmand Province, Afghanistan in 2010. Currently, Mr. Alexander is still on active duty and serves as a Marine Embassy Security Guard at various U.S. Embassies throughout the world. Next year he will be leaving the Marine Corps and enrolling at Rutgers University to finish his Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology.