Photo courtesy of Jesse Iwuji

Jesse Iwuji didn’t just pass by. He didn’t rubberneck or gawk. When he saw a family on the side of the road, and their minivan on fire, he immediately lept into action.

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Photo courtesy of Jesse E. Iwuji.

The skills that Navy Reserve Lt. Jesse E. Iwuji learned during his time at the U.S. Naval Academy and on active duty in became critical when he decided to pursue his true passion: becoming a professional NASCAR driver.

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"Most American Wallpaper"

On Sunday, the internet lost its mind after entire teams kneeled or locked arms in solidarity during the national anthem to protest against police brutality and white supremacy. Even Rico Lavell who sang the National Anthem during the Falcons vs. Lions closed out his performance by taking a knee. The act has created two camps of Americans: those who support the players, and those who see their actions as unforgivable, presumably because respecting the U.S. flag is the most important thing a tight end can do on the field.

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AP Photo/Glenn Smith

Retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark gave thousands of commands every day of his 38 years of military service.

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Photo courtesy of Jesse Iwuji

Jesse Iwuji is a badass, but you’d never guess it just by talking to him. During the week, the humble Naval lieutenant spends his nine to five as a surface warfare officer, but on the weekends, he moonlights at a second job. But it’s not like some low-key side gig waiting tables or cashiering. Instead, he’s out kicking ass as a driver for NASCAR.

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