Floyd McLendon Jr Bio, Net Worth, Age

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For 25 years, Floyd McLendon served in the world’s most massive naval army. He enlisted in the U.S. Naval Reserve in the summer of 1992. Fourteen months later, he devoted himself entirely to Active Duty service and chose Technician’s “A” school (ET) to become an expert in radar and satellite communications. After six years of naval service, Floyd contemplated a long-term career and the impact he was having.

With his family, friends, and fellow Americans in mind, Floyd decided to embark on the most grueling and challenging goal of his life: to become a U.S. Navy SEAL. There was only one problem: Floyd couldn’t swim. He didn’t let that stop him. After learning how to swim and months of intense and non-stop preparation, he was skilled enough to pass the basic physical screening test for underwater demolition/SEAL (BUD/S).

Suffering from an internal injury that caused him to lose 30 pounds., Floyd rang the bell during his first Hell Week attempt, voluntarily abandoning. Fifteen months later, faced with a daunting decision to pursue his goal, Floyd remembered being a positive representative to his family, friends, and fellow Americans and returned to BUD/S. Three years after voluntarily resigning, Floyd graduated with Class 254 BUD/S, officially becoming a U.S. Navy SEAL. He spent the next 13 years in four different naval special war commands. During his naval service, he deployed five times, with presence in twenty-four countries on five continents, including two combat trips to Iraq and Afghanistan.

During Floyd’s travels and experiences, he was held accountable and driven to grow by his particular naval war community. Floyd believes that members of Congress, who have been sworn in to serve their constituents faithfully, are not held accountable for their oath. Our electoral system has allowed career politicians to say one thing at home and another in Washington, while their constituents suffer from ever-increasing taxes and fewer jobs. Floyd sees a desperate need for new leadership in Congress that puts Americans first and is not afraid to stand up for what they believe in.

Floyd has been responsible to his SEAL brothers in some of the most forgotten war zones on the planet, honed his leadership skills in life-and-death situations, and dedicated his life to the service of our great country, defending us from foreign and domestic enemies. He will bring his service-oriented leadership and valuable experience in District 32 as the next texas congressman.

Since retiring from naval service, Floyd has traveled around the country speaking professionally and is a published author. He is firm in his Christian faith, Melinda’s devoted husband, and devoted father with their four children Trenton, Tanner, Ty, and Keygen.

Floyd believes that we must free the government from the way Americans have the opportunity to thrive and the free market is the best way to achieve prosperity. He believes in the American dream and that politicians must be held accountable. He thinks we have to fight and protect our constitutional freedoms, so the next generation can do the same.