Jordan Brown, 11, a fourth-grader at South Lebanon Elementary School, wears his “Hang Tough” wristbands, at his home in South Lebanon Township. With all their texting, tweeting and Internet surfing, today’s kids might be the right-now generation. Who among them has time for what some call the greatest generation? Jordan Brown, for one. An 11-year-old […]

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Rhode Island Monthly magazine feature on Tim Gray’s efforts to honor the veterans and survivors of World War II. Please click here to be taken to article.

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Five old men are walking through a field of white crosses at the American cemetery in Normandy, France. The men are D-Day veterans from Rhode Island, and the image of them in the cemetery is a somber, emotional moment from D-Day + 62 Years: Rhode Island Veterans Return to Normandy, a documentary by former Channel […]

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Providence filmmaker to land at Normandy — honoring the Navy’s unsung role in D-Day Providence filmmaker Tim Gray’s lifelong fascination with World War II will fittingly land at France’s Utah Beach on June 4-6, for the 65th anniversary of D-Day. His documentary, “Navy Heroes of Normandy,” is screening as an official part of the ceremonies. […]

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By Russell J. Moore/Warwick Beacon War Veteran Frank Amalfetano has been trying to forget the carnage of D-Day for the last 65 years. “I’ve really tried to erase it from my mind, but the flashbacks just don’t go away,” said Amalfetano, now 84 years old. “Even after [D-Day], I stayed on the beach of Normandy […]

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SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Is there life after television? Is there life after being a sportscaster? Tim Gray has found one. But it wasn’t easy. Being a TV sportscaster had always been the first dream, one he had been chasing ever since he was a kid in South Kingstown. His father had been in and around […]

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The national TV show Fox and Friends recently did a segment on our Richard Winters Leadership Project. 11 year old Jordan Brown was invited on to talk about his own fundraising, which has brought in over $32,000 to the project. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

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COLLEYVILLE, TX — Through a hail of German bullets and exploding shells, the soldiers of Company H, 504th Parachute Infantry frantically paddled their way across the Waal River in The Netherlands on Sept. 20, 1944. Lt. James Megellas, known at “Maggie” to his men, and half of his platoon occupied one craft in the initial […]

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