Chuck Norris

Jun 022014
 

Chuck Norris Served In The U.S. Air Force In Korea Memorial Day thoughts & prayers: Today we honor and commemorate all of our fallen military warriors. Memorial day holds a special meaning for all of us, and for the families of the fallen it provides a profoundly proud and yet painful remembrance.My father fought and was wounded in World War II in the Battle of the Bulge. I served in the U.S. Air Force in Korea. I am also an honorary Marine. My brother, Aaron, served in the U.S. Army in Korea. Our brother, Wieland, served in the U.S. Army as well in Vietnam, where he paid the ultimate price on June 3, 1970. (His name is etched among the 58,000 fallen service men and women on the Vietnam Wall Memorial in Washington, D.C.) Wieland was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star with “V” Device (First Oak Leaf Cluster) for his heroism on Aug. 27, 1970.

Please keep our military men and women (and their families) who have and are serving our country, in your prayers.

God bless… Chuck & Gena
www.ChuckandGena.com
www.ChucNorris.com

Aug 172012
 
Sylvester Stallone

Sylvester Stallone talks about Expendables 2

 

Expendables 2 is the title of the new movie that opened in theatres on August 16th. But good friends are not expendable. Sylvester Stallone learned it first hand as his old friends rallied around him in his time of need.
The sudden death of Stallone’s oldest child – Sage Stallone who was 36 years old at the time of his passing – left the star devastated. (The official cause of Sage’s death remains undetermined. Speculations seem to suggest that he overdosed on pain medication following multiple teeth extraction.)
Sylvester Stallone’s Expendables 2 co-stars and old friends Chuck Norris, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Bruce Willis (among others) were there to offer him their support in his time of grief.
It’s good to have friends, even if you’re a super star.



Hang in there Rocky, your son knew you loved him.