1. Citizen, Memorial Day Service


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    Calvary Chapel South Tampa's Memorial day service. We were blessed to have two special guests, A wounded Marine Veteran sharing about his time in Iraq, and Air Force Chaplain, Captian Amy O'Connell. Pastor Joe Harris also shares about the blessings we have by being Citizens of Heaven. Learn more about Calvary813 on our website: Calvary813.com

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    • Ride 2 Recovery - Texas Challenge - 2015


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      Music: George Strait - "If It Wasn't For Texas"

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      • Memorial Day Parade Marches Through East Hampton


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        East Hampton's military servicemen and women who died while fighting for the U.S. were honored on Monday at the annual Memorial Day parade. It featured the East Hampton High School marching band, area police officers, volunteer fire departments and ambulance companies, and more. Hundreds of community members turned out for the parade and ceremonies before and after.

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          • Memorial Day - Thank You


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            The biggest and most grateful THANK YOU to the men and women who sacrificed their ultimate gift to make our lives and the lives of millions of others free and filled with life.

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            • The "Buddy" System


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              Please consider a tax deductable monetary donation of any kind to our “Buck’s for Buddy” Veteran and youth revitalization fund.By doing so, you will have a direct impact on the crime rates within our target communities, ensure that our Veterans and our youth reach their full potential, eradicate unemployment disparities and help with our job development portals, business management seminars and social mentoring programs.

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              • Chattanooga National Cemetery Memorial Day 2015


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                We took a trip to pay respects to all the men and women laid to rest. Those who gave their lives in the service of this country and to the families that lost their loved one's.

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                • Memorial Day Update


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                  • Your Freedom Has Been Paid In Full.


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                    I was asked by a friend if I would fly my drone over a ceremony honoring fallen veterans at the Nation Cemetery in Sarasota, Florida. Being prior military, I was honored to do so. My friend, Mike Roy and I, headed to Sarasota very early Saturday morning to shoot video, stills and aerials of the event. I had this idea of using a variety of photos and old movie clips, and blending them in with the aerial footage from the drone, and video that Mike shot from his camera. The music is from my private library. Everything was edited in Final Cut Pro X, and shot with my Canon 5D MKIII, and a Ti Canon Mike owns. Drone shots were taken with GoPro 3 Black Plus. A special thanks goes out to Tami Martin, who unselfishly put this memorial together. Her work for Vets is unending. God bless her, and all of the vets who made the ultimate sacrifice to pay the debt on our freedom. Keep our active military personnel, and their families in your thoughts and prayers, for all they do for us. Also, don't forget those wounded vets who left the wars but the wars never left them.We take our freedom for granted, and we need to thank all service men and woman everyday, not just on Memorial Day. Phil Hanna

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                    • Donald Myers: In My Own Words


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                      Donald J. Myers was a recent graduate of John Carroll University in Cleveland when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. He decided to enlist in the Marines — “I wanted to join the best,” he says — and entered officer training at Quantico. As his outbound ship passed under the Golden Gates bridge for the Pacific in July 1943, he heard someone shout, “Golden Gates in ’48!” He thought to himself, “If I survive, I may not be back for five years.” Donald was a platoon leader in L Company, 3rd Battalion, 22nd Marines, and trained with his men on Samoa and Wallace Island, the latter of which was the global leader in tropical diseases, including leprosy, filariasis and dengue fever. Donald came down with dengue fever, but after a week in the hospital with 104 degree fever, he was cleared for action. His first combat came on February 18, 1944 when the 22nd Marines invaded Eniwetok Atoll. Within minutes of landing on the beach, the Marine next to him was shot in the head and two to his left were killed. He never thought he’d survive, but somehow, every close call he experienced–including friendly fire from a machine gun to his rear–was just that: close. While training on Guadalcanal for the invasion of Guam, Donald fell sick with filariasis and was shipped back to San Francisco. That tropical illness most likely saved his life. “Had I survived Guam,” he says, “I’m convinced I would have been killed on Okinawa. Of the 225 in my company, 200 were killed or wounded. You think about that. And at least half of the 25 who survived had serious problems after the war. Without my filariasis, I wouldn’t be here today.” One final hazard was the 42-day trip home on a badly loaded Liberty Ship. A series of violent storms rocked the ship and cracked the hull. “I thought, we’re gonna break in two.” He made it back and spent several months in a naval hospital. One sight he’ll never forget were the severely wounded Marines who shared his hospital. “Kids in their twenties. Their lives over before they ever started. Blind, missing limbs, it was horrible.” “I saw enough of war to realize it really is hell.” This interview is a production of the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Initiative, in partnership with the Veterans Breakfast Club. It was recorded July 16, 2012 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Brentwood, Pennsaylvania. Interviewer: Todd DePastino. Media: Kevin Farkas. veteranvoicesofpittsburgh.com/ veteransbreakfastclub.com/

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