- METAL in Action
METAL in Action
Starting early as a METAL head.
Graduate to the METAL
Dan and Billy about to tackle the catch.
Dapper Dan of Ohio wrangled in the trip's largest halibut at 110 pounds.
In spite of the "summer" weather we pushed on.
Big Lyle wrangling a Texas size Alaska shrimp on the METAL Alaska Clean Shores Program 2016 edition.
On the annual trip to Alaska for the METAL Clean Shores Program in Prince William Sound we came across Conquistador Number 66 shooting the breeeze with his METAL gear. Refused our help to leave his ice fortress though he subsequently swam to shore under the protective shell of the Winter Warfare Approved METAL gear. Safe travels dear friend.
Brandon Halsey warming up Thor's Hammer!
Halsey spreading some good will.
A successful Alaska trip for the METAL crew and our annual "Clean Shores Program" in Prince William Sound. This year we used our freshly commissioned METAL PBR which not only was the lynch pin in the clean up it conducted its sea trials and passed all the tests. Some radar gear and survival equipment is being added readying it for next season for all GIANT's boating and fishing trips. A huge thank you to all involved.
Our skippers taking a chow break before hitting the water.
In spite of the biting cold, hurricane winds and rough seas the METAL crew persevered.
Sergeant Largent doing a shore line inspection.
A section of Prince William Sound the METAL crew tidied up for Alaska residents and visitors.
A special thank you to a base commander with a most gracious fly over by a pair of Air Force GIANT's piloting a pair of F-15E's.
The METAL has commissioned its first Naval Warfare Boat. The unit was hauled from Naval Station METAL to Anchorage, Alaska where it will conduct sea trials before joining the METAL Fleet. The boat was completely re-done and refurbished as a salute to the Sailors, Soldiers and Marines that served on the PBR's during the Vietnam War. After the boat has been okayed by the CPO it will join the METAL team for our annual Clean Shores Program in Prince William Sound. It will then be made available to all veterans for fishing or pleasure cruises out of Whittier, Alaska on a first come reservation basis. An E-1 can use the METAL boat before an Admiral or General and that particular officer will have to defer to our beloved enlisted troops. We would like to thank the Vancouver office of BC Sandblasting Ltd. that cleaned, refurbished, painted and customized the PBR out of their Chilliwack shop. Without their generosity the boat would still be in port with a long face on it.
METAL will keep you posted as soon as it's ready for battle.
Newest member of the METAL Wolf Pack Brennan Ward unleashing hell on his latest victim. Laid out his opponent in under a minute.
The Champ Brandon Halsey pounding on his feckless opponent.
The Champ Celebrates
Our crack management team hard at work at a top secret METAL bunker.
On the company's annual trip to Alaska's Prince William Sound for the "METAL Clean Shores" program a couple of the METAL employees went beyond their clean up duties. Spotting a whale thrashing in the water the two employees maneuvered their boat closer to a gray whale. Discovering it was caught in a fisherman's net the pair pulled up next to the animal and after 20 minutes wrestled the net off freeing the grateful whale. Well done you two.
Congratulations to METAL Wolf Pack members The LA KINGS!
Hanging with some ballers at the Metal Jeans / Lakers charity event.
Run DMC with the METAL TV crew.
Ken Jordan of Chrystal Method
Austin Winkler, vocalist for Hinder on the left, and Al Brown, Sr. Editor of Entertainment for Pole Position and a wolf pack member.
Mike Luce, drummer for the band Drowning pool
Derek P. letting the Bunnies know how cool he is.