Richard Chaves

Richard Chaves is Vietnam War veteran and acclaimed actor of the stage and screen. Since the early 80s he has regularly appeared on television and in movies, often in roles which recalled his military experience. He is best remembered for his portrayal of Poncho in the 1987 classic Predator and his role in the late eighties TV series War of the Worlds.

Izzy Ezagui

Izzy Ezagui is decorated squad commander in the Israel Defense Forces. While he continues to serve in an elite unit in the reserves, Izzy delivers inspirational talks across the United States and internationally. He’s a filmmaker, screenwriter, and the author of “Disarmed, Unconventional Lessons from the World’s Only One-Armed Special Forces Sharpshooter.” To learn more about Izzy please visit HIS … Read More

Kyle Hartnett

Kyle Hartnett is a musician and video maker. To see some of his works please visit HIS WEBSITE

Brent Harvey

Brent Harvey is a United States Marine Corps veteran. Brent Harvey is an actor known for the Showtime series ‘Submission’ as well as Investigation Discovery’s series ‘Murder Book’ and ‘Coroner: I Speak for the Dead.’ He starred in independent action film ‘Natural Vice’ and directed a well received short film ‘Dive’ about a gay boxer in 1970’s who is blackmailed … Read More

James W Hawk

James W. Hawk is a United States Army veteran. James W. Hawk is an independent film director, writer and producer. He is also a published author and photographic artist. He proudly served his country as a Scout in the 107th Armored Cavalry. As a filmmaker his films have more than 282,000 views. He has had 46 films screened at 21 … Read More

Sydney Hoffner

Sydney Hoffner served in the US Army as a mechanic in Operation Iraqi Freedom III. She holds a BA in Film & Television from Montana State University. Her first pilot, Bootleg, was performed in the USVAA New Works Presentation 2017, and she is a past participant in the Writers Guild Foundation Veterans Writing Program and LACMA’s Veterans Make Movies. Sydney … Read More

Ian Kane

Ian Kane is a U.S. Army Veteran, freelance writer, published author, and filmmaker. He is dedicated to the development and production of innovative, thought-provoking, character-driven films and novels of the highest quality. Ian’s goal is to use film, literature, and new media as tools to heighten awareness around many modern day issues, their links to the past, as well as projections … Read More

Satinder Kaur

U.S. Army veteran, Satinder Kaur is a determined dreamer who writes, directs and produces. Recently, she was invited to shadow an episodic director at The CW Network show DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Her short film The Last Killing produced by Ensaaf won the best short documentary award at NewFilmmakers LA and the Amnesty International Best Human Rights Short award. Kaur … Read More

Keith Wilhelm Kopp

Keith is a US Army veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is an award-winning film director from the Pacific Northwest of America based in the UK. His work has screened at film festivals globally and has had been broadcast on UK television. He is interested in the themes relating to trauma (psychological and physical) and how characters are either compelled to … Read More

Kadyn Michaels

Kadyn Michaels, a native New Yorker, is a former U.S. Navy Lieutenant. After leaving active duty he would go on to graduate of Chapman University’s MFA in Film Production Program where he studied Sound Design, Editing, and Screenwriting. His scripts have been finalists at the Austin Film Festival and in Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope Screenwriting contest. He writes supernatural, … Read More

Chase Millsap

Chase Millsap served as a Green Beret during the Iraq War and is currently a filmmaker and activist based in Los Angeles. He founded the Ronin Refugee Project, a non-profit devoted to creating a path for Iraqi and Afghani soldiers who fought alongside American forces to become American citizens. For Chase this is a very personal mission: he has friends … Read More

Aimee Morgan

Aimee is an award-winning director, writer and producer with a focus on empowering, entertaining and educating audiences through thought-provoking visuals and storytelling. Her films have screened at several film festivals across the U.S., Canada, and Asia, and won awards for Best Narrative Short and Best Supporting Actor. After completing the Writer’s Guild of America’s Veterans Writing Program in 2016, she participated … Read More

Andrew Wade Nunn

Andrew Wade Nunn is an Army veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is a filmmaker and photojournalist. “I wouldn’t say that war inspires me. It breaks my heart. I have a talent for delivering images to peoples emotions though. If I can make someone care enough to have an emotional response, they may not remember my image, but they may … Read More

Melissa Ritz

Melissa Ritz is a United States Air Force veteran. Melissa Ritz served in the Air Force as a medical lab tech, and as a vocalist with Tops in Blue. She wrote and performed Bombshell of Rhythm, a multiple award-winning solo show Off-Broadway and regionally. Her stage play Fatigue was a recent Bridge Award semi-finalist with Adam Driver’s Arts in the … Read More

Michael Rose

Michael Rose is a US Army veteran. He is an award winning author, journalist and filmmaker, who’s produced over 200 documentary television programs. He has the distinction of writing, producing and directing the very first program to air on the History Channel. His programs have aired on numerous networks and been licensed in over 100 countries. Based in Los Angeles, … Read More

Matthew Streeter

Matthew Streeter is a U.S. Army veteran. He served as an Airborne Infantry Squad Leader at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 1995-2004. Matthew is a winner of the Upright Citizens Brigade Improv Scholarship in 2015. He has extensive weapons training and experience and is trained in martial arts (Muay Thai), Pekiti Tirsia Kali (knife/sword fighting), stunts, stage combat, ballroom dancing, football, swimming, singing, and horseback … Read More

Folleh Tamba

Folleh S. Tamba was born in 1977 in Chicago and raised in Sierra Leone by his grandmother. His parents were living and working in Liberia in 1990 when the outbreak of the Liberian Civil War disrupted their lives. As a result, Folleh and his family became refugees and immigrated to America in 1995. Even as a young child, Folleh had … Read More

Avis Wrentmore

Avis Wrentmore was born and raised in Orange County, California, joined the Army at 19, and went off to Germany to perform her tour of duty that took her on travels all over Europe. She returned to California to pursue a career in business, and ended up in show-business. She moved to Los Angeles in 1995 and has established a … Read More