1. Pacific Report for January 9, 2015


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    On-scene Sailor gives perspective on search/salvage for Air Asia flight 8501; DLA and energy for PACOM; Remembering a Medal of Honor recipient from the Korean War; Keeping your mouth mission-ready: behind the scenes of Osan's dental lab.

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    • Colonel Jack H. Jacobs: The Tet Offensive


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      Colonel Jack H. Jacobs, born in Brooklyn, NY, joined the U.S. Army as a second lieutenant in 1966 after finishing the ROTC program at Rutgers University. Colonel Jacobs was assigned to the 505th Infantry Regiment, 82 Airborne division and served two tours in Vietnam. While in Vietnam Jacobs would see heavy combat, surviving the Tet Offensive and demonstrating courageous acts of valor in March of '68 that earned him the Medal of Honor. Jacobs retired from the Army in 1987 as a Colonel.

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      • Medal of Honor 2 min


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        Showing a 2 minute clip here from the map HV with slightly better quality than before. Not many experienced players though.

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        • Medal of Honor Shotgun


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          I was requested to make a video of the shotgun so I made one. Not sure if I'll make any more with this FPS. I didn't think I could even make this quality video with some success. Just some MoH game play with shotgun, no edits or anything for anyone that wants to see it. Due to low FPS I had to lower the recording quality considerably (and still lower FPS) and it's not possible to play as well as normally. Sorry about the quality. This was also on a server with such location that I have considerable lag there.

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          • Melvin Morris Mini Feature


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            Medal of Honor recipient Melvin Morris Vietnam Veteran

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            • The Concert for Valor


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              The Main Title Sequence my team and I created for the 2014 Concert For Valor at the Mall in Washington, DC. Made at Herzog & Company

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              • Mike Corrado - Still in the Fight


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                A U.S. Marine, Mike Corrado wrote "Still In The Fight" as a way to draw attention to the struggles many service men and women face after being wounded in combat. Though they may be far from the battlefield, their fight for recovery continues. For those 'Still In The Fight,' this is their fight song. Click here https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/mike-corrado/id30821818?uo=4 to download on iTunes. Proceeds benefit organizations who support wounded warriors, their families, and the families of fallen service members. The video features three amazing and heroic wounded warriors; Marine Master Sergeant William "Spanky" Gibson, Marine Corporal Aaron Mankin and Marine Lance Corporal Kyle Carpenter. This song & video are dedicated to all the wounded warriors, past and present. For more information please visit: http://www.mikecorrado.com http://www.facebook.com/corradomusic http://www.facebook.com/stillinthefight Published by Grunt Tunes, Intl/BMI, All rights reserved

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                • West Wing Week 11/07/14 or, "Babies Love Barack"


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                  Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that's happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and beyond. This week, the President urged Congress to support his policies to help women and working families succeed, awarded the Medal of Honor to a heroic Civil War veteran, invited military families to a concert on the South Lawn, and, of course, greeted trick-or-treaters on Halloween. That's October 31st to November 6th or, "I'm Uncle Barack."

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                  • The George C. Lang Award for Courage PRESENTED TO BRIAN KOLFAGE Jr.


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                    Senior Airman Brian Kolfage Jr. was awarded the 2014 George C. Lang Award for Courage, not only for his fearlessness, but his selflessness. On September 11, 2004, Brian was deployed to Balad, Iraq, where he was severely injured by a rocket-shell explosion. His fellow servicemen immediately came to his aid, ultimately saving his life. During his recovery, Brian wanted to ensure his battle buddies were acknowledged for their bravery and heroism. The United States Air Force recognized their efforts with the Bronze Star Medal with Valor. Brian lost both of his legs and right arm during the explosion, but he was determined not to let his injuries define him. He credits a Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) ski event with helping him kick-start his rehabilitation and adjust to his new life. Today, Brian is a graduate of the University of Arizona School of Architecture and is enjoying life as a new dad. Brian and his wife, Ashley, make time to visit wounded service members and their families at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, answering questions and offering new hope for the future. Much like George C. Lang himself, Brian is the perfect example of a warrior living the WWP logo. Brian has gone from the warrior being carried and receiving support to the warrior on the bottom, carrying other warriors forward on their journeys to recovery. ABOUT THE AWARD This award was founded in memory of George C. Lang, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient and friend of WWP. George passed away on March 16, 2005. This award is bestowed upon an individual who best exemplifies the spirit and virtue of Mr. Lang, who was a humble, yet unyielding behind-the-scenes advocate for all veterans – especially those with disabilities. Although he shunned the spotlight, preferring to work on behalf of his fellow veterans in anonymity, George’s service both during and after the Vietnam War merited public acclaim and recognition. While he shied away from public attention, he never stopped supporting his brethren, his fellow veterans. George took time to visit wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, hoping these young men and women would draw strength from his experiences in adjusting to and living with a combat-related disability. George C. Lang epitomized what it meant to be a wounded warrior, broken in body but not in spirit, soldiering on in support of his fellow service members. Past recipients include Jeremy Feldbusch & Family, Heath Calhoun, Dan Nevins, John Fernandez, Eric Edmundson & Family, Justin Constantine, Ted and Sarah Wade, Danielle Green-Byrd.

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                    • Medal Of Honor - The History


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                      Medal of Honor: The History, follows the medal’s journey from the time its design was first conceived in 1861,the difficulties in obtaining congressional approval during the Civil War to the exalted place it now holds as our nation’s highest military award for extraordinary acts of wartime valor. The film, narrated by Gary Sinise and shot on location across the United States features never-before-seen documents, photographs and interviews with congressional and armed-forces historians illustrating the craftsmanship that goes into creating the medal. It was produced by the Medal of Honor Convention – Knoxville 2014 as a legacy project to be donated to the Congressional Medal of Honor Society.

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