Dakota Meyer was awarded the U.S. military Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Ganjgal on 8 September 2009, Kunar Province, Afghanistan, becoming the second Marine Corps recipient of the award in the War on Terrorism, and the first living Marine to earn the Medal of Honor since the end of the Vietnam War. His American hero story…

 
 

Frank DeVita was in charge of lowering the ramp, the only thing shielding troops from the USS Samuel Chase from rapid enemy gunfire, during the first wave on D-Day. His chilling experience would haunt him for the rest of his life. Watch as he tells his remarkable story of service and sacrifice.

 
 

World War II Veteran Luciano “Louis” Graziano is the last known living witness to the German surrender, which ended hostilities in Europe in WWII. Graziano landed on D-Day in the 3rd wave on Omaha Beach and was later in the Battle of the Bulge. He is the author of his book titled, “A Patriot’s Memoirs of World War II.” Check out more of AVC’s…

 
 

Lt. Col. James H. Harvey III was a pilot with the 332nd Fighter Group, known as the Tuskegee Airmen. He later piloted on the team that won the military’s first ‘Top Gun’ contest in 1949. Harvey was also the first African American jet fighter pilot to fly in the Korean War. Listen to his remarkable and share it with friends and family. Check out…

 
 

Tom Rice, a paratrooper with the famed 101st Airborne Division, jumping into Normandy on June 6, 1944. On June 5, 2019 – at the age of 97 – he once again jumped into Normandy, landing near the exact same location he landed 75 years prior. WATCH and SHARE his remarkable story. Check out more of AVC’s oral histories.