1. Keep Moving Forward | Teaser #2

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    from Brent Bandemer / Added

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    The second teaser for a documentary on Guy Spagnoli, a Vietnam veteran who after experiencing the negative effects of his prescribed medication, finds peace from his PTSD through Disney. www.keepmovingforwarddoc.com View the first teaser here: https://vimeo.com/115397992 Hear one of Guy's Vietnam stories, "How I Learned To Hate": vimeo.com/111319446

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    • The Pledge

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      from Mike Veldstra / Added

      A film by Mike Veldstra

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      • In Country VOD

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        from BOND Strategy & Influence / Added

        To many of us, the idea of Civil War re-enactment is a familiar concept. But the men of Delta 2/5(R) recreate the battles of a far more charged conflict: The Vietnam War. For one weekend a year, the woods of Oregon transform as a mix of combat enthusiasts, Iraq veterans, and even a former South Vietnamese Army officer, revive — by choice — a war that a whole generation would much rather forget. Disquieting and provocative, In Country blurs fantasy with trauma, deftly tugging at the imposing question: what compels these men to don the vintage uniforms and meticulously bring this controversial war back to life?

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        • Colonel Richard Camp

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          Colonel Richard Camp entered the U.S. Marines in 1962 as an infantry officer, serving in the 1st Marine Brigade in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. He eventually served as company commander during his time in Vietnam, and would see action several times, particularly at the Battle of Khe Sanh. After 25 years with the Marines, he retired as a Colonel. Colonel Camp is also an active military historian, and has written 14 fiction and non-fiction books, all of which are military-oriented.

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          • WWII Veteran - Dr. Sudip Bose - The Battle Continues

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            Meet one of our WWII heroes Dr. Bose volunteered his medical services at the 'Hunt for Heroes' event hosted by Show of Support: www.ShowofSupport.org Please consider making a donation to Dr. Bose's nonprofit (tax-deductible 501c3) which helps veterans and their families: www.TheBattleContinues.org

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            • Torah Academy Excellence in Education Award - David Tatum

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              Each year Torah Academy hosts a fundraiser gala and takes an opportunity to thank those that are truly the foundation of the school - the teachers. We had the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Tatum - a history teacher who himself has helped make history. Mr. Tatum is a veteran of the Vietnam War who uses creative methodologies to leave a lasting impact on his students. Through our interview we learned and hoped to demonstrate his passiong for education and love for learning.

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              • For The Troops Military Tribute Gala - Ticket To Ride with Abbe Road a Capella Choir

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                from Dave Faige / Added

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                The tribute this year was in honor of our Vietnam Veterans. The event was held at the President Ronald Reagan Library, in the Air Force One pavilion. The highlight of the event was this performance by Ticket To Ride accompanied by the Abbe Road a Capella choir.

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                • For The Troops Military Tribute Gala

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                  Scenes from the third annual For The Troops Military Tribute Gala. The tribute this year was in honor of our Vietnam Veterans. The event was held at the President Ronald Reagan Library, in the Air Force One pavilion.

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                  • SFC Melvin Morris

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                    For his acts of valor in Vietnam on September 17, 1969, Melvin Morris was awarded the Medal of Honor. It was not until March 18, 2014, however, that Morris would actually receive the Medal. Morris talks about his story and service, as well as his reaction upon receiving the Medal that was long overdue.

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                    • Vietnam vet graduates 50-years after he left WC to join U.S. Marines

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                      from WCN 24/7 on VIMEO / Added

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                      WCN 24/7's Vinny Nerti introduces us to 70-year old Mark Fowler- graduating 50-years after he left Westminster College to join marines. NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Mark Fowler, a Westminster College Latin major, will complete the requirements for his degree later this month, more than 50 years after entering as a freshman. The Mt. Lebanon native who now lives in Winston-Salem, N.C., grew up in a family with well-educated parents - his father earned two doctorates - who expected their children to go to college. Fowler came to Westminster in the 1960s to fulfill those expectations but left after three years "academically weak, tired and unable to decide on a major." Without his family's knowledge Fowler joined the Marine Corps: "Needless to say, my parents were not happy with me." The Marines trained Fowler in electronics and he served two tours of duty in Vietnam. Nearly a dozen years later he left the military with the rank of staff sergeant and worked in the food service industry for more than 25 years. Since retiring, he's been a volunteer with Meals on Wheels, hospice and "anything to keep busy." One of the items on his bucket list was to complete his college degree. He had originally planned to return six years ago until he was told it would require a two-year commitment due to changes in graduation requirements. He looked at a school closer to his home but found it "cold." Unwilling to give up his goal, Fowler took a class or two when and where he could fit it in. With the extra credits, he was able to pare down the required time at Westminster to the capstone and a cluster course, which could be taken in a single semester. Everything was in place for Fowler to return in January. However, the losses of his brother, who had been his biggest supporter and cheerleader, and his great niece, paired with his own surgeries and recuperation, put that plan on hold until the fall semester. "It has been challenging but it's been fun!" Fowler said, citing dress code, food options, the library and technology as the most significant changes since he was last a student. "The professors have bent over backward to accommodate me and the staff [in McKelvey Campus Center, where Fowler works at the Information Desk] have become like family. It took the students a little longer to warm up to me, but we've had some great discussions." "Mark has been the greatest addition to campus," said the Rev. Jim Mohr, Westminster chaplain, whose office is just around the corner from the Information Desk. "We've shared books, coffee and life experiences in the weeks he's been here." Fowler will earn his bachelor of arts degree in Latin this month and will return, with at least 12 guests, for commencement in May 2015.

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