Terry Schappert

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Terry Schappert is a United States Army National Guard Special Forces master sergeant and martial artist who hosted the 2009 show Warriors on the History Channel.[1] He left active duty before 9/11, but continues to serve in the Army National Guard. He has deployed three times since as a Guardsman.[2] He has also had minor acting roles.[3] Recently, he hosted a special during the Discovery Channel's Shark Week where he demonstrated ways in which to survive a shark attack.[4]

He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) with a B.A. in anthropology, where he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.[5][6] He is married to Stefanie Schappert.[7]

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  1. ^ Warriors: About the Show
  2. ^ Steven Ekerovich, "Terry Schappert...An 'American Warrior'," GuestofaGuest.com (19 Mar 2009)
  3. ^ IMDB profile
  4. ^ The Discovery Channel
  5. ^ IMDB resume
  6. ^ Nicholas A. Ziegler, "A True Warrior and a True Gentleman", The Record of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
  7. ^ Darragh Worland, "Military Couples Fight to Preserve Home Front," FoxNews.com (6 Oct 2005)

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