A Tribute to 36 Marines Who Returned Home After 70 Years Tops Our Hero

A Tribute to 36 Marines Who Returned Home After 70 Years Tops Our Heroes in Action Videos

August 20, 2015

A Tribute to 36 Marines Who Returned Home After 70 Years Tops Our Heroes in Action Videos

A touching video honoring 36 Marines who returned home to America after 70 years, along with tribute to Bronze Star recipient 1st Lt. James Salka, highlight this week's Heroes in Action military videos.

Along with those two videos, we also have a great video showcasing a Marine Multi-Purpose Canine (MPC). And if you like loud explosions, make sure to scroll down to the last military video clip and crank up the volume for Navy video footage of the MK-45, the MK-38, and the MK-76 Navy deck guns firing rounds.

Thank you again to all our brave women and men who have served and continue to serve our country. We appreciate your service and your sacrifice.

Enjoy this week's Heroes in Action military videos!

 

1st Lt. James Salka Awarded Bronze Star for Actions During Combat

Enjoy this military video of 1st Lt. James Salka sharing his first-hand combat experience (along with combat video footage) from Afghanistan. Salka was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with combat distinguishing device during a ceremony aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune June 8. Salka, the executive officer of Company E, Battalion Landing Team 2/6, was awarded for his service in Afghanistan with 1st Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment.

 

 

Slideshow Honors 36 Marines Who Return Home after 70 years

U.S. Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific carry the remains of Marines who had fallen during World War II at the Battle of Tarawa during a Dignified Transfer Ceremony July 26, 2015. During the ceremony, the remains of approximately 36 U.S. Marines were returned to America.

 

 

Marines and British Commandos Train across England's Countryside.

In our third military video this week, U.S. Marines participate in training exercise Red Dagger alongside British Army Commandos in southern England. This exercise was conducted to develop combat engineer skills and techniques between U.S. Marines and British Royal Engineers.

 

 

First to Fight, First to Bite

Watch as a Marine dog handler with 1st Marine Special Operations Support Battalion, and his Multi-Purpose Canine (MPC) participate in a Tactical Skills Package put on for enablers aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. The package allowed the dog team to show and practice amphibious skills as well as prepare the individuals for deployment with the MSOB.

Here at Hero Giveaways, we have much respect for all of our veterans - including our canine veterans. After watching this video, make sure to check out our special military dogs Heroes in Action videos dedicated to our combat dogs.

 

 

U.S. Navy Deck Guns Shoot Downrange

For our last Heroes in Action this week, we recommend you turn up the volume on those computer speakers. Here is Navy video footage of the MK-45, the MK-38, and the MK-76 Navy deck guns firing rounds downrange.

 

 

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