1. Man on the street Monday

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    With the recent shooting incident at a Chattanooga TN srecruiting center having occurred, we ask local Gainesville citizens what their opinions are on whether members of the armed forces should be allowed to carry weapons for protection inside these facilities.

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    • Shooting at Gainesville Armed Forces Recruiting Center

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      This video is about Shooting at Gainesville Armed Forces Recruiting Center

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      • Fort Benning Garrison Change of Command

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        Family and friends gathered in front of McGinnis-Wickham for the Fort Benning Garrison Change of Command. We welcome the new Garrison Commander COL Andrew Hilmes and bid farewell to COL Gus Huerter.

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        • Dead Action Man // Action Man: Battlefield Casualties

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          One of three Veterans For Peace UK films challenging the British Army's policy of recruiting 16 year olds into the most dangerous army jobs. For more details and to watch the rest of the films go to www.battlefieldcasualties.co.uk Director: Price James Writer: Darren Cullen Based on Original Artwork by Darren Cullen Featuring Matt Berry Executive Producer: Alex Chamberlain Producer: Micki Pearlman Director of Photography: John Miguel King Art Director/Model Maker: Jessica Ashman Art Director/Model Maker: Emma-Rose Dade Editor: Rob Simpkins Additional Editing: Amy Beton VFX and Graphics: Jae Ho Hwang VHS FX: Martin Fickling & River Stas Colour Grading: Ben Rogers at Gramercy Park Studios Kit Lawson: Senior Post producer at Gramercy Park Studios Additional VFX: Mark Beardall at Gramercy Park Studios Nuke Op: Kalle Kohlstrom Music Composer: Darren Cullen Sound Mixer: Tom Deane at Tom Deane Sound. VO Recordist: Zak Kurtha at Gramercy Park Studios Audio Assistant - Sam Cross at Gramercy Park Studios Additional Sound recording: Luke Atkinson Electric guitar: Price James Camera Assistant: Orlando Pedretti Camera Assistant: Melvyn Connell Production Assistant: Hayley Williams Runner: Christina Nesi Runner: Jess Simmonds Casting: Kristie Sicolo @ Quirky Kidz Management PTSD Action Man Child: Louis Enright Chaperone: Erika Enright Paralysed Action Man Child: Xavier Gomez Chaperone: Tracy Gomez Dead Action Man Child 1: Tylan Hernandez Chaperone: Kym Riza Dead Action Man Child 2: Gracie Jackson Chaperone: Kelly Hodges Studio: Apiary Studios Camera & Lighting Equipment: Shift 4 Thanks to Ben Griffin, Myles Payne, Vavan Bastos, Richard Ireland, 4DModelShop & Micki Pearlman.

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          • "Their Indelible Service" - PREVIEW (HD)

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            “Their Indelible Service – A History of Women in the United States Military” is a documentary focused on raising the viewers awareness of the vital role American women played in the history of the United States Military. This is not a series about the ‘women behind the men’, but rather it is about the women themselves and the historic role they played in securing our freedoms – then and now. Officially, the history of women in the U.S. Military began in the 20th century. It was at this time, particularly in 1901 that the Army Nurse Corps was established. While history records nearly 500,000 women who served in wartime, as well as 1.2 million women veterans documented as of 1990, a deeper understanding is required as to the untold numbers of women whose service has been so important to the U.S. Military since this country’s founding. It is a story begging to be told – a story of patriots who have been invisible for far too long...patriots who's sacrifices shows that valor knows no gender. These sometimes forgotten heroines, from caring for the sick and wounded to fighting along side their male counterparts, shared the hardships of war right along with the troops in the field. This documentary will travel back in time to the first recorded instances of women whose service to this country has been so invaluable. We will examine the roles these women played in the 18th and 19th centuries; those brave women whose part within the “citizen soldier” military was all but invisible. However, we will bring to light the significant factor that these women provided from colonial times through the early 20th Century. These women provided four categories of service to this nation’s military as camp followers, nurses, suppliers and warriors. Through historical records and personal interviews, this production will shed new light on how these women lived, loved, suffered and triumphed over all that war entailed. This project will ultimately bring to the forefront examples of exactly how these women aided their country in time of war. Their selfless sacrifices and the parts they played in national unity have gone largely unrecognized. “Their Indelible Service” will further illustrate that through the efforts and sacrifices of these brave women, the U.S. Military not only greatly benefited from their service, but these women set an extremely admirable example for today’s military woman. PREVIEW RUNNING TIME: 2:26 Edited/Produced/Written by Kevin D. Klump Produced/Directed/Photographed by K. 'Mac' McCarney Copyright © 2004-2015 by Silicon Prairie Media LLC - All Rights Reserved This video may not be copied in whole or in part without the written consent of Silicon Prairie Media LLC

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            • Returning Soldier: Beyond the Uniform

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              In the military, much of a soldier’s life can be defined by the precise order required to maintain a perfect gig line. A gig line is an imaginary line running from the top of the necktie down the front of the shirt to the crotch of his pants. It should always be absolutely straight and perfect for inspections. When returning to civilian life, US service members no longer have to worry about their gig line. But they do face a variety of challenges that require attention to detail and order, including transition from the uniform of a soldier to that of a professional. In a candid interview with ex US military intelligence analyst Eric Hines, Knot Standard learns more about one former US service member’s time in the Armed Forces, the impact it had on his career goals and how he is handling the transition back to the civilian work force.

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              • Excerpts from Diegnan Unveiling of ‘Patriots Corner,’ Commemorating Active Duty NJ Service Members

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                This video press release contains excerpts from Assemblyman Patrick J. Diegnan, Jr.'s (D-Middlesex) unveiling ceremony of “Patriots Corner” in the New Jersey State House. The corner, which is now part of the official State House tour, is denoted by a plaque and honors the sacrifices made by New Jersey’s current active duty military men and women across all branches of the armed forces.

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                • 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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                  • DIGNIFIED

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                    A dignified transfer is conducted for every U.S. military member who dies in the theater of operation while in the service of their country. This short film was produced for ABC / ESPN Indy 500 coverage for Memorial Day 2015 by Adrienne Gallagher & the Evolve Team.

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