Monday, May 23, 2011

The New American Veteran - SGT Dunson and Soldier Hard

Boone Cutler hosted last week's The New American Veteran.  It featured a great interview with two veterans who have turned their experience into material for their musical careers.  Both SGT Dunson and Soldier Hard create hard-hitting, emotionally driven rap music that capture the essence of being a combat soldier - a Warfighter.  Listen to the interview here.

SGT Dunson's webpage is here, and below are two of his music videos.

Warfighter Anthem was written by Soldier Hard for National Warfighter.

Below is a pic of Boone, Soldier Hard and SGT Dunson at the recent AUSA GEN Westmoreland Chapter dinner, and a note sent by the Chapter President:

Boone,On behalf of the AUSA General William C. Westmoreland Chapter, I want to thank you for an awe inspiring evening this past Friday night.  Having you as our Armed Forces Day Dinner Guest Speaker truly was one of the best decisions we have ever made.  Your enthusiasm transcended to all attendees and no doubt inspired them.  Let us know if we can do anything to help you with your message in the future.  I have sent my Dinner report to AUSA National today - I am certain they will be impressed by you.  I very much enjoyed visiting with you, Sgt Dunson, Soldier Hard, and the others, and do hope we can all stay in touch.  Our very best to you always. LTC (Ret) Sharlee "Charley" W. SmithPresidentGeneral William C.Westmoreland ChapterAssociation of the United States Army (AUSA)
Visit these warrior's websites and support them by downloading their music.  SGT Dunson and Soldier Hard.   They are a new voice for this generation of new veterans.  Thank you for your service!

This week I'll interview Mike Conklin, of Sentinals of Freedom.  The time for the live interview has changed, to 9:00am Eastern time Thursday May 26th.  Listen in!  If you have a question, the call in number is 818-475-9354.

GallantFew's Ranger Challenge is on!  We need your help to raise $111,111 by 11/11/11.  The first 100 donors to donate $1,000 or more will be listed on our webpage as Founders of GallantFew and will receive a shirt and a wall plaque.  Detailed announcement coming soon.  Email me, for more information or donate by credit card.


PS:  Returning soldiers cope with stress disorder.  This is a good article.

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