Military GoPro videos are usually our readers' favorite Heroes in Action military videos. And because we like our readers of the Hero Giveaways blog to be happy, we've packed this week's Heroes in Actions videos with nothing but GoPro military videos!
From cockpit video footage to actual combat footage, this is one Heroes in Action that puts you right in the action. Some of the videos below include: T-38 Talon cockpit footage, GoPro video of a Bradley fighting vehicle in action, a U.S. paratroopers drop, GoPro selfie video of a HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter, helmet cam video from combat in Afghanistan and more.
We hope you enjoy watching this week's military GoPro videos as much as we did!
Thank you to all our service members past and present for your sacrifice and service. You truly are the heroes in our Heroes in Action military videos.
Here's a GoPro video showing the Alaska Air National Guard's training over a California desert with several HH-60G Rescue Helicopters.
This military video shows the 82nd Airborne Division doing a massive paratrooper drop training exercise over the White Desert in New Mexico from C-17 Globemaster plane.
Some of our most popular Heroes in Action military videos are cockpit videos. Here is GoPro cockpit aerial footage from T-38 Talon during Sentry Savannah 15-1 - the Air National Guard's largest Fighter Integration, Air-to-Air, training exercise encompassing fourth and fifth generation aircraft.
Get a feel what its like to be in a Bradley fighting vehicle in a live-fire training exercise. This military GoPro video footage features Bradley fighting vehicles from 3rd Infantry Division firing at Vaziani Training Area in support of Exercise Noble Partner.
Want more GoPro cockpit footage? Here is military video footage from the CF-18 Hornet during Exercise Vigilant Eagle 13, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. Exercise VIGILANT EAGLE involves the Russian Federation Air Force (RFAF) and the bi-national (United States & Canada) North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) in a live-fly exercise designed to coordinate responses to a mutually acknowledged hijacked aircraft.
***WARNING- This video contains strong language.***
This is actual combat footage shot in in Kunar Province, Afghanistan. No rounds penetrated his body armor, and he made it home with no permanent injuries.
Here is a first-person account from the service member who shot the footage.
"I got a hit a total of 4 times. My helmet cam died and i made it down the mountain on my own. I was also hit in the side of my helmet and my eye pro was shot off of my face. We were doing overwatch on the village to recon and gather intel. I was point heading down the face of the hill with the LT. when we got hit. the rest of the squad was pinned down by machine gun fire. I didn't start the video until a few mins into the firefight for obvious reasons. I came out into the open to draw fire so my squad could get to safety."
"A round struck the tube by my hand of the 203 grenade launcher which knocked it out of my hands. When I picked the rifle back up it was still functional but the grenade launcher tube had a nice sized 7.62 cal bullet hole in it and was rendered useless."
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