Enjoy these military videos of our Heroes in Action. This week's videos feature our five U.S. Armed Forces as well as the National Guard.
Listen to a story of the life-saving fast actions of Air Force airmen who saved one of their brother's lives. Watch as Marines fire Stinger missile simulation rounds. Check out the Army 75th Ranger Regiment Airborne in action.
Learn how a Navy SEAL used his experiences and training to succeed outside of the military. Hear how the Coast Guard handle the challenges of vertical surface training, cliff rescue, and hiking safety in the unforgiving climate of Alaska. And finally, watch our Guardsman in live action training.
We can't thank the men and women of our military enough for their service and sacrifice. And let us not forget the support they receive from their military families. We appreciate everything you do to keep American safe.
Thank you for your service!
When A1C Saul Vasquez tore his artery on the underbelly of a F-15E, the quick thinking and actions of his wingmen helped save his life. To learn more about this story, you can read this article from the official Air Force website.
In this military video, Marines assigned to Alpha Battery 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense (LAAD), 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, fire simulated stinger missiles at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina. LAAD gunners practiced firing a simulated stinger missile system to maintain combat readiness.
Navy SEAL, Pepperdine University professor, Dr. Michael Crooke tells how he accomplished much in his life -- athlete, veteran, business entrepreneur, academic -- claiming his experience as a Navy SEAL laid the foundation for his many achievements. Learn what he has to say about his "Life After the Teams".
Watch this U.S. military video of the 75th Ranger Regiment Airborne in action in Germany.
Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Erin Custer, an aviation survival technician, narrates this introduction to the challenges of vertical surface training, cliff rescue, and hiking safety out of Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak, Alaska, August 2015. In Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, MH-60 Jayhawk and MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrews face some of the most challenging weather conditions and terrain, and train regularly to perform complex hoisting scenarios of survivors from mountain and ocean cliff areas. U.S. Coast Guard video by Auxiliarist Tracey Mertens.
Members of the National Guard's 3rd Battalion, 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne) worked hand in hand with members of the US Navy and US Coast Guard while conducting their training at Naval Station Mayport, Florida. These Army National Guard Special Forces Combat divers were conducting dive re-qualification and HELO-cast training, where they jumped from a CH-47 Chinook into the ocean wearing the Drager Rebreather apparatus.
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