For Immediate Release
Contact: George Wells
ANNOUNCING A TRIBUTE TO THE MEN AND WOMEN OF WORLD WAR II
Huntsville, AL (October 3,2011)
F T H Music Company is pleased to announce it's first ever video production. We are even more pleased that it is our song
The Freedom Generation and a musical tribute to the men and women of World War II. The three, from Huntsville, AL, involved in the project all served their country. The vocalist, Randy Duck was a police
lieutenant here in the city. the song writer, George Wells, served in the USAF from 5-51 to 3-55. and Cliff Collier, the videographer is retired from the USAF. Each man is aware of how precious and
fragile freedom is.
Seldom can a videographer bring together, the message, the
music and the pictures, that will provide such an inspiring patriotic feeling, as Cliff Collier was able to do with his video of: "The Freedom
Generation". What a tapestry of emotion he was able to weave together! He used his military experience, his thankfulness, his awareness of their contributions and his love of freedom to produce an enduring message of appreciation.
The World War II generation is considered by many to be the
“the greatest generation.” While one may debate that statement, there is no doubt that the World War II generation is the“FreedomGeneration.”
No generation has paid more of a price for freedom. The civilian population was called on to make many sacrifices and to give their all for the war effort. Of course, the military gave a monumental effort in every respect. Our men and women were called on to fight under every adverse situation, against all odds and for a long period of time.
There was no such thing as a short tour of duty, then back home. Day in and day out the fighting raged on, from Europe to Japan and many islands in between. Over 16 million Americans
served in the Armed Forces and more than 400,000 men and women were killed in combat. Much was asked-much was given. Because of this generation, freedom lives on for us all.
I hope this video: “The Freedom Generation”, can say thank you to those of that generation who are still with us. If we are to get our message to those Americans who need to be recognized and thanked for all they have done for us, we must have help from people like you. And it is my hope that each of us makes it our duty to thank each and every veteran we pass during our busy day. Take of few minutes and let the veteran know
he or she is truly our hero and they are the reason we are a free nation today.