Men's Health

Fort Hood soldier 1st Sgt. Diamond Ott poses on the cover of March edition of Men's Health magazine. 

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The image of a Fort Hood first sergeant will soon be seen on newsstands in grocery store checkout lines.

First Sgt. Diamond Ott will be on the cover of Men's Health when it hits stands Feb. 6. It will be the magazine's first-ever tactical issue, in which top military men share fitness tips, product picks and hard-won life lessons that readers can use outside the field, according to a press release form Jourdann Lubliner, a spokeswoman for the magazine.

Within the magazine, Ott talks about how to get soldiers in shape by sharing the workouts he's created, the fitness competitions he's organized and his own personal fitness journey.

Ott is a logistics advisor and master trainer with the 1st Cavalry Division.

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Roysalazar

Nice to see the positive image of our military being shared with the civilian community again after 8 long years of getting bashed! I will subscribe to this publication.

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