Kyle Gott Biography
Kyle Gott is a former Staff Sergeant at the US Air Force, YouTuber, and Vlogger. He started making videos for YouTube in back in 2005 and since then he has made several YouTube channels before sitting with the ones he has now (Kyle Gott and Gott Love).
Kyle Gott Early Life
Kyle was born and raised in the city of Cedar Rapids located in the eastern side of Iowa. During his childhood, he was greatly affected by the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers on the 11th of September 2001. He was in his 4th grade when this happened and this encouraged the future him to join the Air Force. He attended the Cedar Rapids Jefferson High School in 2010. After graduating high school, he joined the Kirkwood Community College. Here, he spent 2 years studying on and off. During this time, he worked in the food industry.
Kyle Gott Family
Kyle is married to Makenna Gott, a model and fellow YouTuber. The couple met back in June 2013 as she was living with her family. At the time of the meet, Kyle worked at a coffee shop and was considering joining the Air Force.
Kyle Gott Career
Kyle first started with YouTube after getting his first camcorder in 2005. He worked hard and made videos and upgraded his camera. Over the years, he has made and deleted a number of YouTube channels until he settled with “Kyle Gott” and “Gott Love”. His videos on the channel offer insights for those who wish to join the Army through his own journey and experiences.
He started his working career in the food industry as he was in college. Since he was young, he wanted to join the Air Force so he first consulted his recruiter in November 2011. He was cleared to join in Des Moines, Iowa and achieved a total of 82 on his ASVAB. During one of the tests conducted, he found out that he was partially color blind and thus he could not take 80% of the jobs he qualified for. He finally, after a long wait, got a contract for Aircraft Structural Maintenance. After accepting, he received his Air Force BMT ship date of January 7, 2013. As he was waiting in DEP, he worked full-time as a manager at a pizza parlor.
Kyle left the army, serving his last day on the 19th of October, 2018.Kyle Gott Photo