Now imagine marching with 80lbs of gear in 130° heat. All in a day’s work for our country’s bravest serving abroad.
Archive for April, 2014
“…It sounds like a bee passing over your shoulder.” A chilling statement for most civilians; a common understanding for our country’s bravest who serve abroad. Witness their courage firsthand this May
Val·or (n): boldness or determination in facing great danger, esp. in battle; heroic courage; bravery.
A whole lot of media outlets wrote and talked about THE HORNET’S NEST this week. Click [READ MORE] to read this week’s mentions
100% real footage. 100% real courage. Witness the incredible story of US troops abroad in The Hornet’s Nest — coming this May to theaters nationwide!
Among active personnel, there are more than 200,000 females in the military. The Hornet’s Nest features 4 of the bravest. Meet 101st Airborn’s revered Medevac team DUSTOFF — or as some know them “The Band Of Sisters and a Little Brother.”
An image from a 360 degree firefight scene in The Hornet’s Nest, with the U.S. Army‘s 101st Airborne “No Slack” Unit and its attachments.
We love this story from our friends at USO — Click to read about how one volunteer helped create a surprise homecoming for her 11-year-old daughter: http://wp.me/pD3AV-2NL
For 34 years, Mike Boettcher has been a journalist covering global conflict. Pictured here, Mike during the Gulf War. We’re thrilled for everyone to see his work in The Hornet’s Nest!