OUR NEXT EXCITING FREE PUBLIC FORUM WILL BE ON MARCH 19th , 2014 from 7.00PM to 9.30PM.
MEET AND GREET, REFRESHMENTS AND CHAT FROM 6.15PM.
PLEASE TRY AND MAKE THIS THIRD EVENT OF 2014 AND COMMIT TO BRINGING A FRIEND OR TWO, ESPECIALLY SOME YOUNGER CITIZENS WHO WILL REALLY BENIFIT FROM THE SPECIAL GUEST WE ARE BRINGING IN!!
WE WILL COVER AN EXCITING RANGE OF TOPICS WITH SOME GREAT NEW SPEAKERS AND SUBJECTS. THERE WILL BE A RAFFLE WITH A TREMENDOUS PRIZE AND TICKETS ARE ONLY $5.00 EACH, SO COME PREPARED!
THE MARCH FORUM WILL BE HELD AS USUAL ON THE THIRD FLOOR OF THE DATEX BUSINESS CENTER, 10300 49TH STREET NORTH, CLEARWATER, FL. 33762.
THE SAVE AMERICA FOUNDATION HOPES 2014 BECOMES THE YEAR AMERICA BEGINS TO HEAL AND WE TAKE BACK OUR CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC.
THIS MARCH 19TH 2014 FORUM IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY OUR LATEST SPONSOR, “COVERT SURFER” .. TAKE BACK YOUR FREEDOM!
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6.15pm: Meet and greet, enjoy a coffee, water and snacks before taking your seats for the third great forum of 2014!
7.00pm: Welcome from Save America Foundation President, Fred Brownbill. Opening Prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag led by Donna Rogers.
7.05pm: Opening comments, views and opinion of a “non politically correct” type from Fred Brownbill. Hear the latest on your Save America Foundation, the website, our face book page and other news of interest. Hear updates from Operation American Spring. Learn what you can do to help!
8.15pm: Short ten minute interval, raffle ticket sale ($5.00), stretch your legs, get a coffee or snack BUT be back in your seats by 8.25pm sharp!
During this time we will be passing the hat for any donations that are needed so badly as we carry on our fight, one I know you all believe in. 2014 will be a big year for us all. The Foundation has been the subject of many attacks on our website in 2013 which is requiring more and more work from our technical team of experts in web security and design. The web site will be going through an ongoing modification through 2014. The attacks did prove one thing – what we have to say is important enough to get the attention of those we attack and bring to yours and American constitutional, conservative patriots everywhere attention!!! We must be doing our job right.
We will also be requiring financial help to assist in our work on Operation American Spring.
8.25pm: Please all welcome all American hero, a legend among the world of Special operations, GARY O’NEAL, a personal friend and a proud Save America Foundation member and patriot who loves this country with a passion few can hope to copy.
Bio: – Chief Warrant Officer Gary O’Neal. His story is both amazing and inspiring.
After 40 years with the US Army Rangers and Special Forces, Chief Warrant Officer Gary Lee O’Neal (Ret.) defines Old Warrior. Trained from childhood in the warrior traditions of the Oglala Sioux, Mr. O’Neal epitomizes the spirit of the Ranger/Green Beret.
Drafted in 1969, Mr. O’Neal re-enlisted, serving multiple combat tours in Vietnam with multiple elite teams — from the 173rd Airborne Brigade line company, Battalion Reconnaissance (Recon), Long Range Reconnaissance Patrols (LRRPS), and Company C-75th Rangers to the 5th Special Forces Group (SFG). He served on some of the most dangerous missions of the war including special reconnaissance, Prisoner of War (POW) rescue, sniper operations and classified operations involving multinational forces.
Awarded the Silver and Bronze Stars during his Vietnam service, Mr. O’Neal refused the award of the Purple Heart several times, regarding his wounds as hard-earned learning experience rather than reason for decoration. (Unlike John Kerry!)
Mr. O’Neal mastered several styles of martial arts, among them, military Muay Thai, Hwarang Do, Chinese and Okinawan Kenpo, Ninjutsu, and Jiujitsu. Tailoring the techniques to military combat, he developed what eventually became his own school, the American Warrior Free Fighting System, in which he holds a 10th-degree black belt along with a 6th-degree Dan black belt in American Karate Do.
Returning from Vietnam, O’Neal served with Company B-75th Rangers and later joined ODA 594, 5th SFG, completing scuba and sub-operations training. Handpicked as one of the first men on DoD’s first anti-terrorist teams, he also shared his expertise in the creation and training of the first Special Operations teams. He is a member of the Ranger Hall of Fame.
Mr. O’Neal spent over 15 years training and fighting with American and Latin American forces in Central and South America.
Mr. O’Neal served with the US Army Parachute Team (Golden Knights), competing nationally and internationally with distinction. As NCOIC of the R&D detachment of the Military Free Fall (MFF) School, he helped to develop tandem and MFF bundle delivery systems. Key in developing the advanced MFF course and training assistance teams, he was selected by General Wayne A. Downing as Safety and Training Officer and was instrumental in organizing the school SOP and redesigning its POI. Retiring in 1996, Mr. O’Neal attended advanced aviation technology school and worked as a military technical advisor for movies and television. Severely injured in a motorcycle accident, he returned to Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to recuperate.
9.25pm: Closing remarks from Fred Brownbill, the date for the next April forum will be given. Raffle prize draw for the great prize followed by the closing prayer by Donna Rogers, SAF Board member and Administrator.
9.30pm: Meeting concluded.
GOD BLESS OUR AMERICA.