I am only 37 minutes into this movie and I strongly recommend man or woman not to watch this movie alone especially if you have ever lost anyone in the service to others. This includes military, fire, police, and EMS. I have lost two of recent years one EMS, a flight nurse (helicopter crash) and one fire (backdraft that landed a building on top of him). I believe that all of these people deserve the same respect that we offer our military after all our goals are the same, SERVICE TO OTHERS. I have never been in the military because of “political differences” but I am honored to be a part of the Patriot Guard. I have had the honor of providing escort and honor guard service to two hometown heroes (and their families) young enough to be my sons.
I do not know what I want to say or what point I want to make but there it is . . .maybe I do, as I finish a final thought occured to me remembereing the ’60’s ALL of these people whether or not we knew them the deserve our gratitude and respect military and “civilian.”
Any motorcyclists out there join the Patriot Guard it is the toughest job that you will ever love.