From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission - Special Hunting and Fishing Licensing Privileges for Military Personnel

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Raleigh, North Carolina  — Military personnel hunting and fishing in North Carolina can enjoy special licensing privileges as long as they meet criteria set by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.

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Special guests include Oliver North, R. Lee Ermey and actor Joe Mantegna

Range fees waived for Veterans during live broadcast

Kurt Schlichter and NRANews host Cam Edwards talk about the latest in 2nd Amendment rights on NRANews at the headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia

Fairfax, Virginia - As the scarcely visible sun starts to set on Veterans Day 2013, the cast and crew from NRANews are halfway home. That's halfway in relation to time and not distance. The distance today is farther than usual as they are not broadcasting from the friendly confines of their studio in Alexandria, Virginia. No, today they are broadcasting from the range at NRA Headquarters.

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From Sportsman Channel - Sportsman Channel and Actor/Humanitarian Gary Sinise Join Forces for Network’s “Salute to Service”

The Longtime Veterans’ Advocate to Serve as Salute To Service Spokesman

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New Berlin, Wisconsin – Award-winning actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise has signed on to become the official spokesman for Sportsman Channel’s Salute to Service initiative. The announcement was made today by Gavin Harvey, CEO of Sportsman Channel.

Sportsman Channel’s Salute to Service initiative is a multimedia effort to celebrate American servicemen and women, and raise awareness of issues and opportunities facing veterans. … more on Gary Sinise and Sportsman Channel ...

4-hour live broadcast scheduled for Monday, discounts for veterans

Wounded veterans take aim at the NRA Headquarters Range during a special shooting event

Fairfax, Virginia - Veterans Day is always special. At least it should be.

For most it's just a day off. An opportunity to sleep in, catch up on chores — make a lazy day of it. Most fail to understand or appreciate what these men and women went through. What they gave up. The sacrifice.

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Navy SEAL and Special Ops tested NRA Backpack for the everyday user

See the backpack tested by the Special Ops guys for the NRA Fairfax, Virginia - Labor Day. The first Monday in September. The federal government officially recognized Labor Day as a national holiday back in 1894 as a celebration of the American worker. Today it marks the end of summer, the beginning of school and another opportunity to hit the stores.

In effort to combine all three, we bring you the NRA Dark Ops Backpack for Membership Monday. Here's the thinking …

A backpack goes everywhere you go. It brings your towels to the beach, your books to school and your shoes to the gym and your lunch to work. And that's just the beginning.

For what you can do with this backpack is limitless. We say that because it's been by the best — the Navy SEALs to name one. If they can take this into the field then you can sure as hell take it to the gym or the woods.

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Remembering Independence Day with family, friends and country

Civil War era firearms for Sportsman Channel's Memorial Marathon of NRA's Guns & Gold

Fairfax, Virginia - July 4th. The day of American independence. A day celebrated, or at the very least recognized, throughout the world.

But the day marks more than the birth of a nation. It is a day of beginnings and endings. A day of achievements. Some more prestigious than others, but significant all the same.

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Frog Dog, the ultimate weapon in bomb detection and ambush protection

Former Navy SEAL Trevor Marshek and his war buddy, Chopper

"I wouldn't be here today if it weren't for that dog."

That's what former Navy SEAL Trevor Marshek had to say about Chopper, the dog by his side through several tours of combat and a recent subject of NRA Life of Duty's Patriot Profiles.

Presented by Brownells, NRA Life of Duty is an exclusive program for members of the military, law enforcement and first responders who serve and protect our nation. Every month, they look into the lives and actions of those men and women by way of a Patriot Profile. This one focused on Trevor and Chopper.

A free spirit surfer dude from California, Trevor had little thought of discipline or duty until the day we all remember 9/11. Soon after, his brother enlisted in the United States Air Force. That's when Trevor decided to go for the SEALs. Beyond a call to duty, he had a personal reason to serve.

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From Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A. - Yamaha “Assembled in USA” Rhino Sweepstakes Runs Through May 31

All Funds go to Honored American Veterans Afield and Feed The Children

CYPRESS, California – April 16, 2013 – Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., is running an “Assembled in USA” Rhino sweepstakes to raise funds and awareness for Honored American Veterans Afield and Feed the Children. Each $5 donation via online entry serves as a chance to win a new Tactical Black Special Edition Rhino 700 FI.

This is Yamaha’s second “Assembled in USA” Sweepstakes. This year’s contest was launched at the Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show), the largest outdoors industry trade show, and the sweepstakes will run through May 31 with Yamaha selling tickets onsite at the NRA Show in St. Louis May 3-5.

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Junior ROTC Marksmanship Team takes top honors at the Navy Nationals Marksmanship Competition

Oviedo High School's ALL GIRL Naval JROTC Marksmanship Team - National Naval Champs
Oviedo High School's ALL GIRL JROTC Marksmanship Team wins the Navy Nationals Marksmanship Competition.

Scott Clark does a lot of work for the NRA down in Florida. In addition to being a Certified NRA Instructor, Refuse to be a Victim Counselor and Level 1 Rifle Coach, he devotes his "free time" to area youth shooting sports programs.

Earlier this week, he sent us the following on one of those youth shooting programs — the Oviedo High School Naval Junior ROTC Marksmanship Team.

Oviedo, Florida - The Oviedo High School NJROTC Marksmanship Team took top honors at the Navy Nationals Marksmanship Competition in Anniston, Alabama.

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