Country Celebrates Veterans Day


(L-R) Chevy National Promotions Manager Phil Caruso; Curb recording artist Rodney Atkins; 8-year-old Christopher Beason; Master Sgt. Bubba Beason; and ABC News correspondent Bill Weir.

“Chevy Salutes America’s Heroes” contest winner Master Sgt. Bubba Beason of the U.S. Air Force was awarded a 2010 Chevy Equinox yesterday (11/10) during ABC’s Good Morning America broadcast from the Sommet Center. Country artist Rodney Atkins presented Beason and his family with the car. Beason’s son, Christopher, entered his father in the contest and he was chosen over thousands of entries. Beason, a member of the 305th Maintenance Squadron, 305th Air Mobility Wing, McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., and his family will attend tonight’s The 43rd Annual CMA Awards.


Radney Foster’s new video, which accompanies his single “Angel Flight,” will be released today, Veteran’s Day (11/11). Darren Cameron of Man Bites Dog, directed the video in Dallas. 

Foster wrote “Angel Flight” with fellow Texas songwriter Darden Smith to tell the story of the aircrew that fly fallen soldiers home to their final resting place. The Air National Guard entrusted with flying these soldiers refer to the journey as the “Angel Flight.” 

The Texas National Guard cut through plenty of red tape to assist Foster and the producers in the making of the video. Proceeds from sale of “Angel Flight” benefit Texas National Guard Family Support Foundation. To see the video click here.


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