If you are talking about the most handsome soldier in America History then Clinton Romesha is the first name for you. Clinton is one of those former United States Army soldier who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Kamdesh in 2009 during the War in Afghanistan. Further, he received the Medal of Honor from former President Barack Obama in 2013.
Biography of Clinton Romesha
Belonging to the white ethnicity while the handsome Clinton celebrates his birthday every year on the 17th of August. He was born as Clinton LaVor “Clint” Romesha. Later he got famous by his stage name Clinton Romesh. He had opened his eyes in Lake City, California, United States of America.
Educational background of Clinton Romesha. Regarding his education, he had one of his high school from Surprise Valley High School. During his high school, he was a member of the LDS Church and attended seminary for four years during high school but ultimately decided not to become a missionary for the church as his family had hoped he would.
Married or Dating? Find out his relationship
When it comes to the personal life of Clinton, he is a married man. The handsome hunk had tied his knot with Tamara. The duo met for the first time at junior high school and began dating several years later. After dating ew years the couple exchanged their vows on February 13, 2000.
Because of his military service, the couple spent about 10 years apart from each other. In their conjugal life, they become parents of three children; Dessi, Gwen, and Colin. In 2019, May his eldest daughter Dessi got graduated from high school.
While on 2019, April 15, he seems to have celebrated his daughter’s birthday Gewen who turned 10 years old. Making the birthday celebration a jubilant one, he captioned the picture as,
“Happy 10th birthday Gwen!!! Sorry your brother Colin only cares about getting some ice cream cake.“
Clinton has a happy family. No rumors regarding divorce have sparked in any of the media. He is a homely man and a loveable father and husband.
Family Life of Clinton Romesha
Clinton is from a strong military family background. His grandfather, Aury Smith, is a World War II veteran fighter his father is a Vietnam War veteran who later became a church leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He had grown up with his parents and siblings at his hometown and birthplace. He shares his parents with other four siblings, including two brothers who also joined the military service.
Similar to other celebrities, he is blessed with awesome physique statistics. He stands up 5 feet and 6 inches. Besides this, there are no details on his other body measurements including his weight, eyes color, and hair color.
Career & Net worth
Talking about the professional life of Clinton, he was enlisted in the United States Army in September 1999 and underwent Basic Combat Training. Later, he trained at Advanced Individual Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Following year, he was first assigned as a tank gunner in Company B, 1st Battalion, 63d Armor Regiment, 2d Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, and posted at Rose Barracks, Germany.
Further, he was assigned as a section leader with Troop B, 3d Squadron, 61st Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colorado. There, he completed the Long Range Reconnaissance Course, the Advanced Leader Course, and Air Assault Training.
He is also the author of book “Red Platoon, a true story of American Valor” which was released in 2020, July 3rd.
How much is his Net Worth?
As a former United States Army soldier, he had earned a huge name and fame in his lifetime career. It is believed that the total assist of the handsome hunk has been estimated at around million of US dollars. While he has not shared his exact annual salary. There is no doubt that his net wage and salary will sure increase in the upcoming years.
Besides salary and net worth, Clinton has been awarded with Combat Action Badge, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Iraq Campaign Medal, Kosovo Campaign Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal and more.