I’ve spent better part of my life perfecting the art of hospitality, serving and caring for others. And I've learned that almost everyone has an innate sense of duty to help others. But most of us practice caring in friendly confines. When it comes to danger and especially putting your life on the line, we tend to lean out...and rightly so. Well, there is a minority group of people who lean in. They are willing to assume your risk of harm and maybe worse to help people, to keep you safe and allow you to enjoy the freedom of how you want to live your life. It might be a police officer directing traffic in a busy intersection, a firefighter working tirelessly to control forest fires or a military member looking for landmines in Afghanistan. That is a different type of Duty...a different type of Art. And the Tour of Duty currently underway draws attention to that Art.