Harding has been married for one year and nine months and has three children. He has two daughters, Alyssia, 8, and Keely, 6, and one son, Ian, 4.
One thing that this recruiter enjoys is outdoor events.
“I love the freedom of scuba diving,” said Harding. “I’m not restrained by an apparatus or anything. I’m not bound to the ground. It feels like I’m flying. If I want to go up I can, if I want to go down I can. I love it.”
Harding also brings his children on his outdoor adventures, which also includes hiking. Harding’s physical training habits have rubbed off on his children.
“My daughters just joined the running club at school,” said Harding. “In fact, they ran their first laps a few days ago.”
But Harding said that his main goal while in Hawaii is to help out Marines.
“My function here on base is to serve Marines,” said Harding. “Marines can feel free to stop by my office to talk to me anytime, especially Marines who are leaving active duty.”