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Last Ounce of Courage - Now it's time to take a stand



“One by one, we have lost the freedoms that our forefathers, our brothers in arms and my son died for,” says the main character in a movie that my wife, Gena, and I have been waiting eagerly to see in theaters. It opens nationwide Friday, Sept. 14, coinciding with the Sept. 11 commemoration of Patriot Day. We are very excited to announce that “Last Ounce of Courage” is the first theatrical motion picture to be awarded with my “Chuck Norris Seal of Approval,” in promotion of this independent film.

As the PR Newswire release explained, “‘Last Ounce of Courage’ is an intergenerational story of a grieving father inspired by his grandson to take a stand for faith and freedom against a tide of apathy and vanishing liberty. … Alongside fellow citizens of courage, faith and integrity, he champions the cherished principles we the people hold dear.”

Bow to nobody


Gray State trailer

Still a conceptual trailer.  The producers are trying to independently raise the money to make the film.


Memorial Day 2012

IMAX Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag

describes Red Flag as an advanced aerial combat training exercise hosted at  and , the latter location being known as  and being a successor to the previous COPE THUNDER exercise series. Since 1975, air crews from the  (USAF) and other  branches and allies take part in one of several Red Flag exercises held during the year, each of which is two weeks in duration.

Bill Whittle Afterburner: The Sweet Spot


Bill Whittle returns from Bangkok to bring you the truth about world poverty. From prostitution, to the crumbling infrastructure, hear the lessons Whittle learned on his trip to the third world. Notwithstanding the poverty, could the Thai people be experiencing a freedom long lost in the United States? Find out.

Another "Soldier comes home to surprise kid in school" video. Still love it!

Brings a tear to my eye Crying

Sgt. Adam Page has served in the U.S. Army for several years, most recently in Afghanistan. Today, the soldier surprised his five year old daughter, Bailey, during reading time in her kindergarten class.

Sgt. Page has served in the Army seven years, and had just been redeployed to Utah. It will be the first time he has lived with his family since Bailey was born.


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