Level Black - PTSD and the War at Home
This is the true story of SSG Billy Caviness and his ongoing fight with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Billy received severe injuries after he was hit by a mortar at Combat Outpost Honaker Miracle, Kunar Province, Afghanistan. After the attack Billy has struggled with severe PTSD. In this story Billy and his wife Tina talk about their struggle with his PTSD and how they have overcome the hardships surrounding it. Billy is a Purple Heart recipient and has been on four tours of duty including Bosnia, Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan -
Shot and Produced by SSG Robert A Ham, Additional Afghanistan video shot by SGT Elwyn Lovelace and SFC Mark Burrell.
Russia at her finest.......... I guess he hadn't had his morning cup of vodka, yet.
Cool video\not bad eye candy either
Cat Saves Little Boy From Stray Dog Attack Description: My cat defends my son during a vicious dog attack and runs the dog off before he can do additional damage. Thankfully, my son is fine!
First footage released of the Boston Marathon explosion. (Boston, April 15th 2013)
The Armed Aerial Scout program replaces the previous Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter program. An Analysis of Alternatives is underway and a Request for Proposals is planned to be issued in 2014. The U.S. Army had until December 2012 to decide whether to proceed with the program. On 29 November 2012, Army officials decided to proceed with the Armed Aerial Scout program to acquire a new scout helicopter. On 8 January 2013, the Army began redrafting the presentation for the service's vice chief of staff before they move ahead with a competition. Vice Chief of Staff General Lloyd Austin III requested more data from the voluntary flight demonstrations done on helicopter entries, as well as taking into account the pace of other technologies, such as unmanned capabilities and future sensors