People Magazine named him as one of the sexiest men on cable in 2003.
At college he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
Hunter was a third generation Naval Aviator.
He once worked as a Lifeguard in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
He made 433 aircraft carrier landings!
During his career as a US Navy pilot, he logged over 2000 flight hours.
Hunter flew jets off the aircraft carriers USS Carl Vinson and USS Abraham Lincoln.
After taping an episode of Tactical to Practical that featured the Penttagon, he was presented with a chunk of the Pentagon wall that was destroyed on 9/11.
He attended the University of Southern California (USC).
He is a Survivor Marquesas veteran.
He made over 100 of his carrier landings at night.
His favorite author is Tom Clancy.
He has said he would like to be on The Amazing Race.
He auditioned for Survivor at an open casting call in Pittsburgh, PA.
Due to the movie Castaway (where a FedEx employee is stranded on an island) Hunter (a FedEx pilot) wanted to bring a volleyball as his luxury item when he was on Survivor.
Navy call sign was "Roach" based on a bet he made during Navy survival training, about what he would be willing to eat, if necessary.
His luxury item on Survivor was his Grandfather's Navy Wings.
Flew F/A-18 Fighter/Strike jets in the US Navy.
He considers GPS to be the most noteworthy military to civilian technology he has covered on Tactical to Practical.
Was member of Maraamu tribe on Survivor 4, with fellow reality star "Boston" Rob Mariano.
Called Survivor tribe-mates "knuckleheads" when they voted him off.
He is a former "Top Gun" Navy pilot .
Hunter: (about Survivor tribemate, Rob Mariano) I had to just laugh at Rob. The guy is the definition of knucklehead. He makes me laugh.