After months and months of waiting we are proud and excited to announce that the AFT Jungle Recon Soundboard app for iPhone has finally been reviewed and accepted and is now available for download in the iTunes Store. Continue reading
We received an email from a female AFT fan last night of a very patriotic and ingenious use of some of our stickers.
She said that she was inspired by the Facebook page “Knockers For The Troops” and the fact that AFT included so many free stickers with the t-shirt order she placed earlier this month. Continue reading
Here’s Jungle Recon’s latest video. In it he explains his stance on the controversial topic of the military’s repeal of its “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. Continue reading
Here’s the new AFT Snow Trooper video. In it he gives his unique perspective on the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” controversy. He turns out to be surprisingly open-minded about gays in the military than you might expect.
How he feels about white folks who are secretly racist and people who want to receive oral sex from bologna sandwiches is a completely different story. Continue reading
Here’s a new video by AFT’s Sailor where he responds to some negative comments he received online from folks calling questioning his sexuality after his last video espousing his deep respect and admiration for the musical group The Village People.
To be honest, we’re not sure if he’s really done all the things he talks about here in this video. Or, if he just did a Google search and used Urbandictionary.com and an atlas to string a list of these events together. Continue reading
We received video from a fan over the weekend that pretty much blew us away. It’s a live action tribute video shot by and starring and AFT fan named Scott Roper.
It’s funny, it’s creative and it’s well executed. And we’ll be damned if you can tell which is the original and which is the tribute video. Take a look below and see for yourself. Continue reading
On September 17, 2011 CrossFit Spartanburg and the Sportsgrants Foundation participated in a nationwide fundraising workout competition that benefited the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. The event was called “Fight Gone Bad 6.”
Action Figure Therapy was one of the sponsors of the event and provided winners with prize packs including a free AFT shirts, stickers and more. The event raised over $4,000 for Warrior Fund. And we here at AFT were very proud to be a part of the event. Continue reading
Last month we ordered some custom Action Figure Therapy morale patches after receiving dozens of emails from fans requesting that we get some made.
We only ordered a small batch and they sold out in less than two weeks. So, we ordered some more and they just arrived in the mail this evening.
This time around we’re offering our standard 4-Pack Of Patches alone. But we’re also offering a T-Shirt & Morale Patch Discount Pack. In it you get a 4-pack of patches plus the men’s AFT shirt of your choice.
The patches come in sand and olive drab backgrounds. But the sand ones look a little lighter than they do in real life in the photo above and below. Continue reading
Here’s the final episode of our four-part “Mexican Thunderdome” saga. In this video AFT’s Angry Ranger weighs in Jungle Recon’s recent mescaline-fueled, naked in the desert shenanigans and answers some very important questions posed in the previous three episodes.
These include: Continue reading