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Exclusive Trailer for SEAL TEAM SIX Released!

posted by S. Russ

The death of Osama Bin Laden was a major occasion and a moment we will never forget. Now, the National Geographic Channel is hosting SEAL TEAM SIX: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden, a blockbuster film that takes you on […]

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Honoring Fallen Firefighters

posted by goquin

Firefighters The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation exists for two primary reasons. It supports the surviving family members of those brave men and women who lost their lives in service to their community and honors those people through a national memorial […]

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Little Caesars Helps Veterans

posted by goquin

Little Caesars Little Caesars and Center for Veterans Enterprise help veterans own a franchise.

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Law Enforcement Explorers

posted by goquin

New York City Police Department Explorer Program An expedition into police work and fellowship with the Finest. Kids from New York City get a chance to work and train with police officers.

Cowboy Up

posted by goquin

NASA The scene opens with a hint of Old West flare, but this showdown takes off from the East Coast. From NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, this ride packs more action and adventure than any ride given to an outlaw or […]

Emergency Service Unit – NYPD

posted by goquin

Emergency Service Unit – NYPD When the public needs help, they call the police. When the police need help, they call ESU. Get a glimpse into the work of the elite NYPD Emergency Service Unit.

Angela Kimler and Kay Hasson

posted by goquin

Military Heroes – U. S. Air Force Angela Kimler and Kay Hasson Angela Kimler and Kay Hasson: Outstanding Human Beings and C-17 Pilots “I fight no different than a male.” “I just think it’s a waste of time to talk […]

Nurse Nicole Benson

posted by goquin

Military Heroes – U. S. Navy Nurse Nicole Benson Nicole Benson always wanted to help people. In pursuing a career in the Navy Nurse Corps, she and her fellow Officers have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives […]

The U. S. Air Force

posted by goquin

Military Heroes The U. S. Air Force The beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom came with an aerial campaign like no other in history. This is the story of the United States Air Force effort in the action that liberated an […]

Chaplain Marc Gauthier

posted by goquin

Heroes – U. S. Army Chaplain Marc Gauthier Army Chaplain (56A) Chaplain Gauthier began his Army Career not as a Chaplain but as a Reserve Officer.

Real Heroes

posted by goquin

This feature is a submission from a subscriber.  Thanks, Roland! Cpt. Otis If you have either served in the military or have family members who have done so, your proud of your service and the women and men who now […]

1st Cavalry – Fallujah 2004

posted by goquin

Military Heroes – U. S. Army 1st Cavalry – Fallujah 2004 “War is like the Superbowl for the infantry”. The men in this clip were hand picked by Natonski, Operation Phantom Fury commander, to enter the city before anyone else […]

The Ladder Six Miracle

posted by goquin

THE LADDER SIX MIRACLE tells the personal story of Josephine Harris, who was descending the stairs of the North Tower of the World Trade Center with the help of several firefighters. When she reached the fourth floor, she just couldn’t […]

Buzz Aldrin

posted by goquin

Military Heroes – U. S. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin One of America’s most famous heroes gives an account of an amazing journey!

Heidi Hammel

posted by goquin

Heroes – NASA Heidi Hammel During the STS-125 pre-launch press conference Heidi Hammel, a Senior Research Scientist from the Space ScienceInstitute in Boulder, Colorado, expresses her views on the past, present, and future of the Hubble Space Telescope and its […]

Patriotism in the Grocery Store

posted by goquin

Patriotism should always be the focus for every American.  However, with our hectic schedules, sometimes the best intentions do not get off carried through to full fruition.  With the 9/11 10th anniversary just having taken place, it’s very appropriate to […]

Tracks in the Dust

posted by goquin

This feature is a subscriber submission.  Thanks Tom and Tim! Take a few minutes to see how some of our troops spend their free time in Afghanistan. Loyal Subscribers!  We need some help.  The purpose of our “Heart” section is […]

US Customs and Border Protection Canine Program

posted by goquin

Military Heroes – U. S. Customs and Border Protection Canine Program Detection dogs have been used by the US Customs and Border Patrol since 1969. While their introduction into service was initially temporary, they’ve maintained a permanent part in the […]

National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

posted by goquin

Heroes National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Every kid, at some point, dreams of being a fireman. Thank God not every kid outgrows that dream. These men and women overcome physical and emotional barriers in their constant pusuit of excellence in service […]

The World Should Know

posted by goquin

Military Heroes Medal of Honor Recipients The world should know the acts of heroism that the men and women who serve the cause of freedom so generously give. The words “All gave some, some gave all” ring throughout the stories […]

Veteran’s Parade – NYC Style

posted by goquin

As the Subscriber who submitted this video commented, “Sorry so late, but better late than never.”  It is appropriate in this week of the anniversary of 9/11 to feature this NYC event. Veteran’s Parade – NYC Style This Police detective […]

NYPD Mounted Unit

posted by goquin

New York Police Department Mounted Unit The Mounted Unit of the New York Police Department is an important factor in providing security in New York City.

Maritime Guardians

posted by goquin

Military Heroes – US Coast Guard Maritime Guardians Maritime Guardians Organized under the Department of Homeland Security the United States Coast Guard is responsible for defending the nations waters from a broad range of threats. For over two centuries the […]

Sally Ride

posted by goquin

Astronaut Sally Ride, the first woman into space, reflects on the 25th anniversary of her historic trip into the cosmos.

1st Lt. Brian Bradshaw

posted by goquin

Military Heroes – U. S. Army 1st Lt. Brian Bradshaw For millions around the world, June 25th, 2009, will be remembered as the day Michael Jackson died, but for Martha Gillis it will always be the day her nephew, 1st […]

Soldier Surprises his Son

posted by goquin

Imagine being half a world away for a year or more at a time and missing your child’s first steps or ballet recital or high school graduation.  That’s what fathers (and mothers) in our military face every day.  Their heart […]

Paths of Pilots Cross

posted by goquin

The subscriber who submitted this video commented, “A winner!!!” It surely is. Loyal Subscribers!  We need some help.  The purpose of our “Heart” section is to publish stories of the experiences, contributions and sacrifices of our military (Army, Navy, Air […]

Into The Fire – Amazing Rescue From SF Earthquake

posted by goquin

Heros – San Francisco Fire Department Go Into the Fire and learn what it feels like to be surrounded by chaos. At the end of this video there is an amazing high rise building rescue. A firefighter gets lowered down […]

Kalakaua Avenue on VJ Day

posted by goquin

Today’s feature was submitted by a subscriber who commented, “I loved this video.  It made me happy/sad … thinking of all those beautiful young people and families that made so many sacrifices for our freedom…. especially thinking of the situation […]

New York Police Department K9 Unit

posted by goquin

Military Heroes, New York Police Department NYPD K9 Unit The K9 Unit – On patrol and on the trail with New York’s four-legged finest and their partners.  

FiFi Back in the Air . . .

posted by goquin

FiFi back in the air! For all of you ex Boeing employees and lovers of vintage aircraft.  FiFi Back in the Air . . . To our friends who may not understand the passion we feel for planes and particularly […]

United States Air Force – Bombs Over Baghdad

posted by goquin

United States Air Force The beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom came with an aerial campaign like no other in history. This is the story of the United States Air Force effort in the action that liberated an oppressed nation. The […]

Army Families

posted by goquin

Army Families – Army Strong: A great video about what families go through to support our military service to this country.

Serving for our Freedom

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Heroes: U.S. Border Patrol

posted by Evan Derrick

The Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) trains to protect America’s borders from terrorists, illegal immigrants, and all threats attempting to cross our nation’s borders. The United States Border Patrol trains, qualifies, and maintains some of the most highly skilled personnel within any governmental agency. […]

Wounded Warriors Ride Again

posted by Evan Derrick

Here’s an interesting bike ride video that took place on the 4th of July.  Unfortunately, we did not receive the link in time to be featured closer to the actual event but viewing the video later in no way loses […]

The Untold Story of Women in Combat

posted by Evan Derrick

Women have served in the military since the birth of America. This is atribute to the women who have served in the nation’s defense since the American revolution. Left out of the history books for far too long, the story […]

The Documentary Soldiers Watch Before Deploying to Afghanistan

posted by Evan Derrick

KUNAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Less than six months ago, U.S. Army Pfc. William A. Swaray’s drill sergeant at Fort Benning, Ga., gathered soon-to-be infantry men in a small room. The drill sergeant wanted the young soldiers to watch the movie […]

Hero Soldier Foils Bank Robbery

posted by Evan Derrick

This story comes courtesy of My Fox Tampa Bay.  SARASOTA – A U.S. Army soldier visiting family in the Bay Area is being called a hero. Staff Sgt. Eddie Peoples foiled a bank robbery in Sarasota. At around 2:30 p.m. […]

A Year at War

posted by Evan Derrick

More than thirty thousand American soldiers have taken part in the Afghanistan surge.  Here are the stories of the men and women of the First Battalion, 87th Infantry of the 10th Mountain Division.  Over their deployment, from March 2010 until […]

The P-38 Lightening

posted by Evan Derrick

This video shows the walk around and checkout prior to engine start, engine start procedures, taxi to take-off, take off, cruise flight and maneuvers, and landing and shut down. It’s long (24+ minutes) but most interesting.  Give yourself plenty of time to enjoy! […]

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Exclusive Trailer for SEAL TEAM SIX Released!
The death of Osama Bin Laden was a major occasion and a moment we will never forget. Now, the National Geographic Channel is hosting SEAL TEAM SIX: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden, a blockbuster film that takes you on the inside of that fateful day. This big budget movie was filmed for a theatrical rele

posted 3:39:27pm Oct. 10, 2012 | read full post »

Taylor Morris of the Army Special Forces
Military Heroes - U. S. Army Special Forces  Taylor Morris Taylor Morris learned at an early age he was hooked on the outdoors, adventurous, the middle of 4 children and always the last one inside for dinner at his home in Cedar Falls, Iowa. His mother Juli recalled, "Our family took a campin

posted 10:00:28am Jun. 29, 2012 | read full post »

Ed Freeman, One of God's Own Lunatics
As many of you know, I was a helicopter pilot in VietNam and flew Hueys.  I did fly MediVac missions.  I could not resist featuring Ed Freeman.  What an individual!  Cpt. Otis Here’s the feature: You're a 19 year old kid.  You're critically wounded, and dying in the jungle in the Ia D

posted 10:00:23am Jun. 29, 2012 | read full post »

A Man and His Bear
During Operation Desert Storm, I was a legislative affairs officer for Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf. Often I was required to transport gifts, sent to him from patriotic Americans, from Washington, D.C., to his home base in Florida. On one trip I "escorted" a four-foot teddy bear dressed in fatigues with

posted 10:00:00am Jun. 29, 2012 | read full post »

True Heroes from 9/11
THESE OLD WONDERFUL FACES SAY IT ALL......... These are the surviving dogs that worked the trade center that are still alive (as of September, 2011) but retired, they are heroes too.  Their eyes say everything you need to know about them.   Just amazing creatures! Click here for the story a

posted 10:00:58am Jun. 27, 2012 | read full post »

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