Happy Father’s Day

This father’s day, Major Isaac Rademacher has a special reason to celebrate. Logan Theodore Rademacher was born just in time to be with him for Memorial Day.

Is he cute or what?

But it reminded me of other years when Isaac has been deployed during Father’s Day, and brought to my mind all those service members who will not be home to celebrate it this year.
Youtube Isaac’s 4th deployment and family

This father’s day, we wanted to support an organization which helps fathers who have been wounded serving our country provide a home for themselves and their families. Our Executive Producer, Gary Sinise has been supporting this organization and brought it to my attention. Building Homes for the Heroes provides individuals, corporations and members of the community with the opportunity to help to build homes for 
families of disabled and injured veterans, giving them the opportunity to rebuild their life. For more information, please visit their website

In order to support Building Homes for the Heroes, we are doing a Father’s Day special. Click on the “Buy the DVD” link at the top and enter “father” at checkout: In addition to receiving a $2 discount off the purchase price, we will donate an additional $2 to Building Homes For Heroes on the sale of every DVD!

Thank you for your continued support. Happy Father’s Day!

Jake

Back from Colorado Springs!

Quick thanks to Sven and team from USAA for a great screening and event in Colorado Springs last Thursday! I really enjoyed spending time with all the Vets and family of service members there.

You could feel the emotion in the packed room after the screening: the questions were very poignant. I am honored to be able to spend time with so many people who have served our country. Humbled that so many feel that Brothers at War tells their story as well.

It was a lot of fun to have the chance to speak with service members, veterans, and some very proud parents after the screening. Especially cool to talk with a Vet from the 82nd who made four combat jumps in WW II and Gen. Steve Richie, America’s last fighter ace.

Looking forward to another great event with USAA in San Antonio in August!

Jake