Sean Rohberon, Vermont Armored Combat's team captain, shares the club's history and the hurdles they overcame during its establishment, especially amidst the Covid pandemic. He delves into the distinction between viewing armored combat as a hobby versus a profession, expressing his fondness for the long sword. Sean also highlights upcoming events and underscores the value of community involvement, providing ways to connect with VAC.

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