War Reporter Alex Quade Covers Elite Army Rangers & President Obama

Service, Sacrifice, Patriotism: war reporter, Alex Quade, gives you a unique, inside look at elite Army Special Operators as you’ve never seen at www.alexquade.com. Go along on a once in lifetime experience with elite Army Rangers in Alex Quade’s video special: 9/11 Generation Rangers. These battle-hardened, Tier 1 warriors, rarely seen on camera, talk candidly with Alex, before deploying back to Afghanistan.

Alex Quade’s video exclusive introduces you to young heroes who’ve deployed more than 10 times to Iraq and Afghanistan. These Special Operators share their stories and history with Alex at Pointe du Hoc, parachute into Normandy, and meet President Barack Obama.

President Obama praised these 9/11 Generation warriors at the D-Day anniversary in Normandy, France recently, comparing their call to serve, to that of the “Greatest Generation” from World War Two. The President singled out young Army Rangers, whom he’d met during his previous D-Day visit. War reporter, Alex Quade, was exclusively embedded with these Rangers, and brings you behind the scenes for their adventures. Among them, Sgt. 1st Class Cory Remsburg who was nationally recognized in the President’s State of The Union address, and Ranger Chaplain Jeff Struecker, of the Black Hawk Down mission in Somalia. Alex Quade embedded with many of these same Rangers, as well as 160th SOAR (Special Operations Aviation Regiment) at another location, where she witnessed them fast-roping from helicopters and calling in AC-130 Spectre Gunship support. See these stories at www.alexquade.com.

Freelance war reporter and documentary filmmaker, Alex Quade, covers Special Operations Forces on combat missions downrange with no media crew or support. Extreme storytelling and silent risk-taking lie at the heart of what Quade does. She started her career at the White House and has covered global conflicts and hostile environments for CNN, FOX, The New York Times, and The Washington Times. She’s received two Edward R. Murrow Awards and the Congressional Medal Of Honor Society’s Excellence in Journalism Award. Among her documentaries are Horse Soldiers of 9/11, narrated by actor Gary Sinise, and Chinook Down, investigating the surface-to-air missile shoot-down of a helicopter in Afghanistan killing all onboard. Quade was supposed to be on that helicopter. She serves on the board of Military Reporters & Editors.

Go inside Special Ops with Alex Quade’s videos and stories at: www.alexquade.com

SOURCE Military Media Group

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