Military Videos Featuring Marine Combat Footage, Pearl Harbor Tribute

Military Videos Featuring Marine Combat Footage, Pearl Harbor Tribute and More Heroes In Action

December 11, 2014

Military Videos Featuring Marine Combat Footage, Pearl Harbor Tribute and More Heroes In Action

This week's military videos for our weekly Heroes In Action blog post features Marine combat footage, a Pear Harbor tribute from the U.S. Navy and an appearance from our National Guard. We also share a very touching veteran's story which we originally shared on our Get The Bikes Facebook page. You definitely want to scroll down to the last video clip to see this one.

Enjoy this week's videos of our military heroes in action. And be forewarned - the first video contains some "Not Safe for Work' language.

Video of Marines Repelling Taliban Attack

Military combat video footage of Marines from 1st Recon BN taking enemy contact from the Taliban. At one point in the video Marines call in airstrikes to break the enemy attack.

Remember - Some language may not be safe for work.

U.S. Army Paratroopers Training Video

Here's footage of paratroopers assigned to 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade conducting movement-to-contact training in Germany alongside soldiers from the Czech Republic, Germany and Estonia.

Oregon National Guard in Afghanistan

This will be the first time we shared a National Guard video in our Heroes In Action series. We wanted to show support to our National Guard just as we do to our military service members. This video features the Guard QRF (Quick Reaction Force) carrying out security measures in Afghanistan.

Pearl Harbor Video from U.S. Navy

The anniversary of Pearl Harbor was earlier this week. Here's a Navy clip shared on their official video channel.

StoryCorps Video - Lone Survivor

This video clip shares the story of Marine Lance Cpl. Travis Williams. We first shared this military video on our Facebook page and received a lot of feedback from our fans. We wanted to share it here again in case anyone missed it. Lance Corporal Travis Williams was sent - along with his 12-person team - on a rescue mission in Barwanah, Iraq. Williams was the only person in his squad to come home. Here's his story.

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