Friday, July 15, 2011

Gary Sinise on TNAV

This week I interviewed the phenomenal Gary Sinise.  Gary played the beloved character, LT Dan in the movie Forrest Gump, for which he earned numerous awards and an Oscar nomination.  Gary is a huge supporter of our military, veterans, first responders and their families.

Ranger Mike Schlitz, Gary and Mike's niece at the Lt. Dan Band Movie release party.

Gary autographed this for Ranger veteran Ed Tinoco a few months ago.

Click the play button below to listen to the interview.  If you want to subscribe to the free iTunes GallantFew podcast, click here.

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The Gary Sinise Foundation honors our nation's defenders through programs and projects that serve our military, veterans, first responders and their families, as well as by supporting other charities such as the USO, Operation International Children and Snowball Express.  To support the foundation, visit the Lt. Dan Band Movie website and watch the pay per view video online through the end of July - only $3.99.  After that it will be available on DVD.

At the conclusion of the interview I play Gina Gonzalez' song "A Letter Home".  Go here to download a copy.

For more information on the Gary Sinise Foundation, visit the website.

The country and especially the 75th Ranger Regiment stood with pride this last week as Ranger SFC Leroy Petry was awarded the Medal of Honor.  Visit the US Army official Petry Medal of Honor Page.

KOAT TV (New Mexico) Video

Ranger Rendezvous is coming fast!  Time on Target 25 July 2011, 1620 hours eastern.  Look for the GallantFew table near the bleachers at the Drop Zone.

We continue to march towards our goal of $111,111 by 11/11/11 and are adding Founding Donors to the ranks.  The first 100 to donate $1000 or more will be forever listed as a GallantFew Founding Donor.  Don't miss out!  Make a tax deductible donation here.  If you prefer to mail a check, send it to:

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