Sasquatch, a part of the 3rd Infantry Division Band, performs “What About Now.” Some great footage of our troops! God Bless all our Soldiers. Lord please keep your mighty hand on our Soldiers and their families as they strive to protect our freedom and help others to know the blessings of freedom & your love for them. Amen.
Sasquatch, a part of the 3rd Infantry Division Band, perform “Wherever You Are.” Dedicated to our Troops! HOOAH!
The song is a tribute to US members of the Armed Forces, especially those who will be away during the holiday season, and is available as a FREE download at www.santabringmysoldierhome.com.
Now for the fun part! The Stunners are inviting everyone to make your own “Santa Bring My Soldier Home” video telling YOUR story with photos and video clips of YOUR soldier and post it to YouTube as a video response to THEIR video.
For every submission, a donation will be made to the USO and one video will be chosen to air on EXTRA TV!
- Grab the FREE download of Santa Bring My Soldier Home HERE
- Create a video using the song with photos and videos of your soldier
- Post your video as a “Video Response” on The Stunners page HERE
If you post a video, let us know here at Army Mom Strong so we can also post your video! Just leave a comment with a link to YOUR YouTube video.
Gary Sinese and the Lt. Dan Band performed for troops at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan on November 24, 2009. Scenes include entertainers talking to the audience and the band performing for them. Watch the video of this amazing performance with the troops cheering!
“Save Me A Place At The Table”, by Philip Dain Powell, is dedicated to all men and women who have served and are serving in the military. This Military tribute song is a extra track on Philip Dain Powell’s debut CD called “God is Love” and all proceeds from this song will go to the Veterans Homes Foundation.
Visit Philip’s MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/philipdainpowell
Services took place around the world to mark the 91st anniversary of the armistice signed between Germany and the Allies on November 11, 1918.
Depending on where it is celebrated, the day is alternatively known as Armistice Day, Remembrance Day, Poppy Day or Veterans Day.
Veterans – we honor YOU. Thank you for your service to our country. We join the rest of the nation on Veterans Day in remembering the sacrifices of America’s 25 million veterans and expressing our appreciation for your service.
A tribute to your soldiers all over the world. MJ and his band made this video as a tribute and fundraiser to support our Military veterans and their families. You can show your support by helping us get the word out.
MJ Nelson’s “Soldier Song” is available for download. Purchase the song today and support our vets and their families. All proceeds go to support Military veterans and their families:
Forward this video to the people you that that are in our service.
Here is a fun Military Tribute video from Gene Simmons’ of KISS fame, taken from his A&E show. Gene gets the audience involved and the songs are traditional and wonderful. Enjoy!