This is Richard “Doc” Parker. He was a combat medic with 4/12 Cav in Vietnam 1969-70. He received a Bronze Star for his gallant actions, but few know his courageous story and no one will ever hear these accounts uttered from his own lips. I wanted to honor Richard with this video. It is told through the eyes of my son Sam, Richard’s grandson. Richard had no idea he was being filmed. The significance and emotion of that day are very real.
Found at F4F Wildcat & Storys website - F4F Wildcat (CAF) and F-14 Tomcat, (VF-211)they are the first cat and last cat Navy fighters.
The ballad of a young man, torn between the love for his beautiful sweetheart and a calling to protect our precious freedom.
40/8 Lead Initiation Ceremony in Oceanside, California
My grandfather was a POW during World War II. For three years it was as if he was a stone cold statue in C. S. Lewis’s book, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. I wrote this song about his internment. Using my music and historical archived footage we did this video in memory of him and all the others who served.
Above and Beyond Bravery Award” Recipient, Colonel Spencer Wurst got his baptism of fire in Italy during the Battle of Arnone; the jump on D-Day and the liberation of Ste. Me're Eglise, a grueling month of combat in the hedgerows of Normandy, the battle with the German SS for the highway bridge at Nijmegen, Holland and survival in the Ardennes, in a long, bitter march toward the shoulder of the Bulge. A member of Frances Chevalier of the Legion of Honor for his part in the liberation of France.
The American Legion approved a Resolution in 2009 supporting the efforts of America's Huey 091 Foundation (www.huey091foundation.org) in their support of veterans and their families. Gary Sinise introduces and narrates the life changing benefits of the iBOT to the quality of life of four handicapped veterans who have the benefit of a iBOT.
Pearl Harbor Christmas