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Debbie Lee speaks with 'Gun News' editor Chelsi Davis about 'America's Might Warriors'.




Gold Star mom, Debbie Lee answers questions about "Dishonorable Disclosures"

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Gold Star mom Debbie Lee reacts to protests in Afghanistan

Anti-American protests rage in Afghanistan.




Gov. Perry visits 'Mighty Warriors' retreat

(Austin News)
AMW was founded by Debbie Lee in honor of her son, U.S. Navy SEAL Marc Alan Lee, who was killed in action while in Ramadi. He was the first Navy SEAL to lose his life when the war stated in Iraq. Debbie Lee created the organization to honor her sons ...

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Posted: 07 January 2013, 00:35




Gov. Perry stops in ETX to honor fallen soldiers

(KLTV)
It was founded by Debbie Lee in honor of her son, U.S. Navy Seal Marc Alan Lee, who was killed in action while on patrol in Ramadi. American Mighty Warriors Founder Debbie Lee says her son was the first Navy Seal killed in Iraq. He died on August 2 ...

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Posted: 07 January 2013, 00:27




Americas Mighty Warriors

Several of our Gold Star Families from America’s Mighty Warriors were recently hosted for a week by Fellowship Church and Allaso Ranch. This was a time full of relaxation and rejuvenation that also paid tribute to the loved ones who gave the ultimate sacrifice. The event came to a close with a memorable visit from special guest, Texas Governor Rick Perry.




"Parent of fallen soldier offer B&B to begin healing process."

by Steve Bodinet

Posted on November 24, 2009 at 6:10 PM

When a loved one is killed in Iraq or Afghanistan, the family left behind often needs a place to get away and start the healing process. There will soon be such a place in the Valley.

 




Mom honors son's death overseas by supporting troops

by Brandy Aguilar, Special Projects Producer

Posted on June 4, 2009 at 5:17 PM

Updated Tuesday, Aug 25 at 2:15 PM


Parent of fallen soldier offers B&B to begin healing process

by Steve Bodinet

Posted on November 24, 2009 at 6:10 PM

When a loved one is killed in Iraq or Afghanistan, the family left behind often needs a place to get away and start the healing process. There will soon be such a place in the Valley.


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