Dakota Meyer

Dakota Louis Meyer, popularly known as Dakota Meyer is a United States Marine.

Dakota Louis Meyer, popularly known as Dakota Meyer is a United States Marine. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Ganjgal in September 2009 in Afghanistan. He is the second-youngest living Medal of Honor recipient for either the Iraq War or the War in Afghanistan and the first living US Marine in 28 years to be so honored. He has over 261k followers on his Instagram.

In a Teen Mom special, Dakota Meyer discusses his daughters, ex-wife, and relationship.

On Monday, MTV aired “Being Dakota: A Teen Mom Special,” in which he discusses his daughters, Sailor and Atlee, as well as his ex-wife Bristol. He also said that he would not date anyone again. “, he explained “I’m never going to date again because I can’t imagine finding a woman worthy of my daughters. Bristol has set a high bar for a woman to meet when it comes to being a mother. As a mother, she is a force to be reckoned with. I’m just going to focus on raising my daughters for the rest of my life.”

He said that he is more concerned with his daughters than with anything or anything else in his life, and that no one will ever be good enough for his daughters.

Dakota Meyer is well-known for what she does.

– The second-youngest living recipient of the Medal of Honor.

– Bristol Palin’s ex-husband, a famous television personality.

Dakota Meyer was born in the United States.

Dakota Meyer was born on June 26, 1988, in Los Angeles, California. Dakota Louis Meyer is his given name. Michael Meyer was his father, and Felicia “Killy” Gilliam was his mother. His birthplace is in the United States, in Columbia, Kentucky. He is a citizen of the United States of America. He was born and raised in the Kentucky town of Columbia.

Green County High School was his alma mater. He enlisted in the Marine Corps at a recruiting station in Louisville, Kentucky, after graduating from high school, and completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island.

Service in the Military

In 2007, he served as a scout sniper with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines in Fallujah, Iraq.

During his second deployment in Kunar Province with Embedded Training Team 2-8, he received national recognition for his actions in Afghanistan.

On September 8, 2009, near the Afghan village of Ganjgal, he entered an area occupied by insurgents, discovered his family and friends dead, killed a Taliban fighter attempting to take the bodies, and moved the bodies to a safer area with the aid of Afghan soldiers where they could be removed. He personally rescued 12 friendly wounded Marines and soldiers, as well as providing cover for another 24 Marines and soldiers, allowing them to avoid certain death at the hands of a numerically superior and determined foe.

On September 15, 2011, he was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions.

Meyer asked if he could have a beer with the president when a White House staffer contacted him to arrange the ceremony. He was invited to the White House for an afternoon reception prior to the ceremony.

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A year after the Battle of Ganjgal, he attempted suicide. He fired an unloaded Glock pistol from the glove compartment of his vehicle. Later, he sought treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Meyer received the honorary title of Kentucky Colonel from Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear in September 2011 during an event in Meyer’s hometown of Greensburg, where Meyer served as grand marshal.

He sued his former employer, defense contractor BAE Systems, in court. He said that he was disciplined by the company and his boss for opposing arms sales to Pakistan. In December 2011, BAE revealed that the parties had settled their differences outside of arbitration.

As of 2015, he serves on the advisory board of VETPAW, a group of US military veterans committed to saving African wildlife.


Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War was written by Meyer and Bing West. The Battle of Ganjgal is the focus of this novel. In September of 2012, the book was released. In his book, he argued that Army Captain William D. Swenson deserved the Medal of Honor. In October 2013, Swenson was awarded the Medal of Honor.

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He competed in the 4th season of a TV competition among US military operators, Maximum Warrior in 2013.  He finished in fourth place.

Who is Dakota Meyer Married To?

Dakota Meyer was previously married to Bristol Palin, daughter of former Alaska Governor, Sarah Palin. The couple got engaged in March 2015. They scheduled their wedding for 23 May 2015. Their wedding was called off. His wife Bristol gave birth to her second, the first child with Dakota, Sailor Grace in December 2015. Bristol has a son, Tripp Easton Mitchell Johnston-Palin from her previous relationship with Levi Johnston. Dakota filed legal documents asking for joint legal and physical custody of the newborn as well as child support from Palin. The couple reached an interim joint legal and physical custody agreement in March 2016. The couple got married in May 2016. Bristol gave birth to her third, the second child with Dakota, Atlee Bay in May 2017. He filed for divorce citing a “conflict of personalities” in January 2018. Palin confirmed in August 2018 that their divorce was finalized.

What are Dakota Meyer’s Body Measurements?

Dakota Meyer stands at a height of 1.85 m i.e. 6 feet and 1 inch tall. He has an athletic body build. Other information regarding his body measurements is currently unavailable. He has blue eyes and his hair color is dark brown.

What is Dakota Meyer’s Net Worth?

Dakota Meyers was a former Marine who has won the Medal of Honor. After his military life, he became an author and television personality. However, his net worth is currently unavailable.

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