About Us

The Freq Media team is a group of dedicated veterans seeking to offer our unique viewpoint on important cultural trends and current events throughout the world. We believe deeply that the modern American Veteran has an important perspective on what matters to America and her citizens, and have created The Freq to bring principled and clear opinion and analysis to our readers.

Luke Bio

Luke Ryan is an author on the Freq who lives in upstate New York. He is a former Team Leader from 3rd Ranger Battalion, having served four deployments to Afghanistan. He grew up overseas, the son of foreign aid workers, and lived in Pakistan for nine years and Thailand for five. He has a degree in English Literature and loves to write on his own, having published a book and short story.

Wayne Bio

Wayne Capacillo is a video producer who served with 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, as a Fire Team Leader with 4 combat deployments. He achieved a Masters of Science in Marketing, Bachelors of Arts in Business Management, and a top score on the local pub’s Galaga machine. Growing up in Montana he has formed a deep passion for the outdoors, flannel, and rusty 1994 Honda Accords.

Tyler Bio

Tyler Jones is a former Team Leader in 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, having served 4 tours in Afghanistan. Now, if he isn’t writing, working, or spending time with his family, he can be found contemplating fundamental physics or deciding which rock wall to climb next.

Alex Bio

Alex Green is a cyber security professional currently residing in Kansas City with his wife and son. He served in Afghanistan for four deployments with 3rd Batallion, 75th Ranger Regiment, and holds a bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems and a master’s in Intelligence Management. Alex aims to educate the world about cyber security and what everyone can do to make themselves safer online.

Theo Bio

“Theo Dyssean” is an internationally unknown expert in asking questions, finding answers, not getting caught, and not getting killed. He enjoys moonlit runs down dark alleyways, and romantic evenings working through an interpreter who speaks less of the target language than he does. His hobbies include being in the wrong place at the wrong time, knowing where the exits are, being the fastest runner in the room, and knowing how to play the locals at their own game. His religious and political views tend to orbit dominantly around Bobby Finstock’s Three Rules.