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I was privileged today to see the new film "Act Of Valor" with a good friend and fellow Veteran. For those of you who are not familiar with this film, it's a story of Naval Special Operations personnel, the intelligence community, logistical support and families going through the the business of going down range and getting it done for the rest of us.
You may ask, is this a Stallone film, or perhaps a Willis film. You'd be wrong on either account This film, you see, stars active duty Navy SEALS showing their metal for the first time in a fictional (loosely based on real and or conceivably real missions) story about terrorism that hits too close to home