PURPLE FOXES UNITED
Purple Foxes United is a military Super Hero project that honors all veterans. Driven by love and guided by light, fierce female forces unite to rescue their brothers in arms that are Prisoners of War. A collaborative multi-generational literary work, initially released as screenplay.
Phase II: Graphic Novel featuring veteran artists worldwide will be released during Comic Con 2021. A live auction will be held with world renowned artists, including aviation artist Tom Anderson
and Richard DeRosset , the creator of the "Pearl Harbor" scenes located at the Veteran's Museum in Balboa Park. The famous mural amalgamates the signatures of the remaining Pearl Harbor survivors. Many of whom are deceased now. To learn more about the artists, visit:
NORMANDY JUMP -75th Anniversary of D-Day, "Operation Overlord"
The Commemorative Air Force's D-Day Doll joined the D-Day Squadron and the WWII Airborne Demonstration Team and re-enacted the largest jump in Normandy, France since D-Day in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of "Operation Overlord."
Love Amazingly Productions & Speed and Angels Productions filmed and produced this monumental event where WWII paratrooper Tom Rice jumped in the same drop zone in Carentan, France as he did on D-Day. Rice was 97 years-old.
AIRBORNE! ALL THE WAY!
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Indiana War Memorials Foundation Honors the Forgotten Hero of The Forgotten War, 93 year-old CAPT E. Royce Williams, USN, Retired
" I am amazed at what CJ was willing to do for people she has never met before, from such a place so far away. Thanks to CJ Machado, we raised twice our goal financially and had a very good crowd."
- Scott Clabaugh, Executive Director Indiana War Memorials Foundation
"CJ Machado, dressed as Princess Leia, gets her team pumped up for Star Wars-themed soccer game at the Magdalena Ecke YMCA soccer Field this past Sunday, Machado spearheaded the benefit to raise money for Micah Hogan, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Photos by Jared Whitlock
Encinitas- This past Sunday night, multiple Jedi, Chewbaca and Princess Leia faced off against storm troopers and Darth Vader. The saga played out - not on TV or movie screens - but a Magdalena Ecke YMCA soccer field.
The six on six match of Star Wars characters was held to raise money for 12 year old Micah Hogan, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), a degenerative muscle disease.
Donning a Chewbaca costume, Christian Hogan, Micah's Dad, took part in the game.
"Normally we're out here playing a game as part of our co-ed soccer league, getting exercise and trying to win - but this one had meaning," said Christian after the game.
"It feels like an accomplishment to raise money and now it's going toward research that could help your son and all the others affected by this."
The novelty of a Star Wars Game was an added bonus, said Christian, who scored a goal during the match despite the limited vision his furry mask afforded him. The shot drew plenty of "Go Chewie!" cries from the crowd." - The Coast News