Who is your hero?
Out of the ordinary – often the extraordinary is born! Everyone has a hero in his or her life – someone who has done astonishing things like the hundreds of thousands of men and women who have sacrificed or compromised their lives in the line-of-duty or in the 911 attacks. All of these people are heroes and should be honored for their selfless commitment to serving our country.
Hannity and Hero Portraits September 2011
Sean Hannity unveils two 9/11 Hero Portraits on the 10th Anniversary in NYC.
Good Morning America Showcases 9/11 Hero
Watch the journey of the 9/11 10th Anniversary Memorial unveiled in Central Park, and the presentation of a Portrait of one of Americas true Heroes.
Hero Ambassador Ansley's "Power of 50" School project
Watch Ansley explain her wonderful "Power of 50" school project, supporting the first responders who perished on 9/11/2001.
Engine 54 NYC Fallen Firemen Presentation
Watch the story unfold of our proudest moments yet - the presentation at Engine Co. 54. See first-hand the reactions of the immediate family in this overwhelmingly emotional documentary of our 9/10 event.
How it all began
Discover how a single phone call can start a movement, and that with enough focus and determination anything is possible. This video will explain “How it all began”. Every one of us is capable of making a difference. Now is the time to honor those who honor us...our HEROES.
This project is dedicated to giving back to those individuals and their families who have given the ultimate gift. Life. Plus those that have saved lives or changed lives without concern for their own. These are your neighbors, friends, family, husbands, wives, sons and daughters. Please take a few moments and watch these videos. They showcase true American heroes.
Sgt Michael Hardegree
1st Squadron, 73rd Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division
Spc Joshua Paul Dingler
1st Battalion, 108th Armor Regiment, Georgia Army National Guard
Momma, if you're reading this your worst nightmare has come true. I know you are dying inside and heartbroken, but remember how much I love you. I always told you I'd die young in combat...
LCpl Cody G. Watson
2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force
SPC Brandon Stout
46th Military Police Company, Michigan Army National Guard
Brandon knew where he was going, believed in what he was doing, was eager to always do what he was asked. His whole family supported him. He was called to Serve.
PO1 Adam McSween
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Uunit 11
LCpl Samuel W. Large, Jr.
Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 464, Marine Air Group 29, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, II Marine Expeditionary Force
The videos you see above are the individual videos that make up this total video. Our thanks to these six families that opened their hearts and homes and stories to Hero Portraits. We can only hope that in some small way we all can bring some comfort to these and all families of heroes. A special thanks to Jon Ondrasik (Five for Fighting) that ends this video, with the song “Superman”!