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"Coming back stronger".  Hear the inspirational story of this heroine and her triumph to demonstrate strength in perseverance!

Sergeant Kirstie Ennis: “There’s never a reason to give up”

Son of a Hero is a little hero himself!  Read about this inspirational story-it will hit you straight at the heart!  God bless him!

Son of a Hero is a little hero himself! Read about this inspirational story-it will hit you straight at the heart! God bless him!

GySgt. Fernando Garcia: Read his inspirational words!  “No matter how down we are,” he continues, “No matter how depressed we are, we can’t be too proud—we’re proud of being Marines, but we can’t be too proud to ask for help."

Fernando Garcia: Read his inspirational words! “No matter how down we are,” he continues, “No matter how depressed we are, we can’t be too proud—we’re proud of being Marines, but we can’t be too proud to ask for help.

Charlie: Real Hero on Vimeo: Freedom Dogs Video-Watch the way these animals touch our wounded combat veterans lives!

This is "CharlieRealHero" by Greg Loring on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

"Breaking a tradition of 167 years, the U.S. Marine Corps started enlisting Negroes on June 1, 1942. The first class of 1,200 Negro volunteers began their training 3 months later as members of the 51st Composite Defense Battalion at Montford Point, a section of the 200-square-mile Marine Base, Camp Lejeune, at New River, NC. The first Negro to enlist was Howard P. Perry shown here." Credit: National Archives.

June 1942 - U. Marine Corps Enlists African Americans “Breaking a tradition of 167 years, the U. Marine Corps started enlisting Negroes on June The first class of Negro.

What an amazing guy Chris was.  We have lost a true American Hero, that's for sure!

Chief Chris Kyle - Navy Seal - Freedom Experience at Fellowship Church Kyle who states "Ï'd rather be known for the number of people I've saved." He also said "it felt rewarding as it was for the greater good, not rewarding my good.

"A true Hero took his final jump today. Jake McNiece of the Filthy Thirteen from WWII which inspired the film the Dirty Dozen. In September 2012, he was honored with France's most prestigious honor for his actions during the war. RIP, Soldier. You will be missed."

An American Hero, Jake McNiece of the 'Filthy Thirteen' from WWII -- which inspired the film the -- was honored on September 2012 with France's most prestigious honor for his actions during the war.

Veteran's Stories-Watch here!

Veterans share their stories of service and sacrifice.

The 7 Secrets of Inspiring Leaders - Forbes

The 7 Secrets Of Inspiring Leaders

Presents a photo and biography with related research page links on the American military and political leader Colin Powell.

Looks like an interesting read...life on the front line straight from our soldiers!

Looks like an interesting read.life on the front line straight from our soldiers!

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Every day we are thankful for our troops, our country's men and women in uniform. So many of our lives have been touched, and some forever changed, by a special soldier. Check out our list of 20 reasons to love our men and women in the military!

Navy Sea Dragon pilots with Helicopter Mine Countermeasures SQ 14 perform pre-flight checks for Hurricane Harvey relief missions.

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