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Veteran Advocate Will Direct Impact Campaigns for America's Military and Veteran Community


HLN's Michaela Periera interviews Chase Millsap



Hollywood Bridging The Military Civilian Divide

Trumps Freeze Hurts Young Veterans Who Were Already Having Trouble Getting Jobs

At a panel sponsored by the institute about Hollywood's influence on America's perception, David Gale, formerly of MTV and now the co-founder of a veterans-focused production company We Are the Mighty, said, "We need more volume. We need more stories. We need to be able to show veterans in the complexities that everyday people are."



Military Media Brand We Are The Mighty Unveils THE MIGHTY 25 Veterans

Whose Impact and Influence are Shaping America



In Honor of Veterans Day We Are The Mighty Presents: The Warrior Wall An Interactive Media Wall Dedicated to America's Service Members Powered by PenFed



We Are The Mighty and Marine Corps Veteran and Comedy Superstar Rob Riggle Present: The Rob Riggle 2016 InVETational Golf Classic Veterans and Celebrities Compete for Best Scores and Biggest Laughs to Raise Money and Awareness for Semper Fi Fund



AOL Build Interviews WATM CEO David Gale


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War Ink Tells the Stories of Eleven Veterans in Honor of the 11th of November Latest Series from We Are the Mighty Features Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Sharing Stories Through Their Tattoos



Vets Advocacy and We Are The Mighty launch VA The Right Way and galvanize thousands of veterans to participate in the planning and redevelopment of the West LA VA, a vital and groundbreaking initiative.



The Craftsman Brand Teams With Leading Veteran Empowerment Organization to Connect and Support Returning Military

America's Most Trusted Tool Brand Introduces Donation Program and Short Film Series Regarding Military Transition


Fast Company: Craftsman Tools and Veterans Group Celebrate Father's Day With Film Series



Made In Hollywood By Veterans To Reach Next Generation of Veterans The American Legion Teams Up With New Military Media Brand, We Are The Mighty


American Legion Magazine



Army General Stan McChrystal (Ret) Sits Down With We Are The Mighty For A Discussion About National Service

McChrystal Tells WATM that the American Concept of Citizenship has Deteriorated to an Alarming Degree



Check out these amazing uncovered photos of the great Ernie Pyle

On April 18th, 1945, war correspondent Ernie Pyle was killed by enemy fire on Iejima* during the Battle of Okinawa. At the time of his death, Pyle, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, was well-known for his intimate and personal storytelling that highlighted the experiences of the "average" soldier. Pyle was able to tell the stories of enlisted men because he embedded himself in their day-to-day lives; he didn't just observe their work, he lived, traveled, ate, and shared foxholes with them.

In remembrance of Ernie Pyle, the Unwritten Record presents photographs and motion pictures that highlight his work as a roving war correspondent during WWII.

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How R. Lee Ermey's Hollywood break is an inspiration to us all

While there have been many outstanding actors and celebrities who have raised their right hand, there has never been a veteran who could finger point his way to the top of Hollywood stardom quite like the late great Gunnery Sergeant R. Lee Ermey.

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6 things you didn't know about 'Top Gun' (probably)

In 1986, Paramount Pictures released Top Gun, a story about a hotshot naval aviator, nicknamed "Maverick," who had some extreme daddy issues. When the film landed on the big screen, it was an instant blockbuster, pulling in millions of dollars worldwide.

Filled with adrenaline-packed scenes, Top Gun inspired audience members of all ages to get out there and try to be the next hotshot pilot. After more than 30 years, moviegoers who have memorized all the film's catchphrases probably think they know everything there is to know about this action-packed classic.

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8 reasons why peacetime training is just advanced LARPing

Live-action roleplaying is popular among nerds the world over. But what they don't realize is that the military hosts their own LARPing events to prepare for war.

While training for real-life combat, it's important that the military runs simulations that get as close to the real thing as possible. But, when you start to really break it down, it becomes clear that the government is spending tons of money on opportunities for advanced LARPing — as they should be.

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The sweeping legacy of First Lady Barbara Bush

Former First Lady Barbara Bush, wife of 41st President George H. W. Bush, passed away in Houston, Texas, on April 17, 2018. The mother of 6 and grandmother of 17 was 92.

Only two women in American history have both served as First Lady and raised a son who would become president. The first was Abigail Adams, First Lady to President John Adams and the mother of John Quincy Adams. The second was Mrs. Bush, whose son George W. Bush would serve two terms as Commander in Chief beginning just 8 years after his father left office.

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7 reasons Jack Burton was the warfighter I always wanted to be

Before joining the service, I thought everyone in the military was somehow fighting and killing bad guys. I looked to movies and television to try to put myself into the mindset of who I wanted to be if I had to fight a real battle.

Clearly, I no idea what I was getting into. That's where the similarities between Jack Burton and myself end.

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6 exercises that you should be doing on chest day

Gym-goers the world over have proclaimed that Mondays are International Chest Days. This is because the chest is considered one of the most important parts of the male physique. Why? It's simple. Having a well-trained chest tends to draw wandering eyes while you're at the beach, and who doesn't want that positive attention?

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Win $10 million in DARPA's low earth orbit launch challenge

On April 19, 2018, DARPA announced the DARPA Launch Challenge, designed to promote rapid access to space within days, not years. Our nation's space architecture is currently built around a limited number of exquisite systems with development times of up to 10 years. With the launch challenge, DARPA plans to accelerate capabilities and further incentivize industry to deliver launch solutions that are both flexible and responsive.

"Current launch systems and payload development were created in an era when each space launch was a national event," said Todd Master, the DARPA Launch Challenge program manager for DARPA's Tactical Technology Office. "We want to demonstrate the ability to launch payloads to orbit on extremely short notice, with no prior knowledge of the payload, destination orbit, or launch site. The launch environment of tomorrow will more closely resemble that of airline operations—with frequent launches from a myriad of locations worldwide."

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