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I just learned you'll be at Dobbins. I was stationed on the other end of the runway with VA 205, 1982-1985, before the Navy shut it down. I'll be there. Seeing the ad for your Dobbins gig for the 1st a minute ago triggered The Forest Gump movie replay in my head. That movie is a perfect mirror of the first half of my life. The timing of seeing the ad is a little weird because I saw it as soon as I sat down after walking my dog, and on the walk, I was thinking about many aspects of the Viet Nam War. My search tab was open to Pol Pot when I went to search for this site from a conversation I had with my dad this afternoon. I have been spending a lot of time thinking about Viet Nam War lately. Mostly analyzing it for the geopolitical motivations and qui bene. Power and greed. It's always power and greed. The power is control over the masses. The greed is for the enslavement of humanity. And here we are at the brink of sorting out the new world pecking order with a new group of psychopaths and a new generation of human sacrifices that have gender pronouns. This must end. I'm taking a stand against this lunacy!
This was awesome. I recently retired from being active duty Air Force (21 years) and my husband is still active duty Air Force (17 years). First time seeing the band- what a performance. Thank you for all your work with and for our military. It means a lot to us to be not forgotten.
I was at the 2022 DAV National Conference in Orlando, Florida and got to see them perform. I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THE SHOW. I wish I could have gotten autographs.
Iam Jonathan Michael Siegrist. I have lived an extraordinary life. Recently I recieved my 100% disability through the VA as I was diagnosed with cancer along with degenerative everything basically. Following that diagnosis 2 more of my Marines killed themselves so I have been trying to create a sanctuary for everyone that needs help healing. Would you be interested in helping me do so please?
Want to attend your September Nashville concert. A challenge to purchase tickets now. Please keep me posted. Thank you
Thank you for your obedience to God's call on your journey...on your lives! God's Love & Blessings today and always!
We had the privilege of seeing the band perform a few years ago at Ft. Benning, Georgia. What an awesome concert it was. Thank you for your wonderful support of our troups and veterans. We hope you will come back again this year. As the wife of a retired Army NCO and daughter of a deceased Army Officer, I applaud you.
Saw you at the Pentagon years ago and loved it! TY for what you do!
Thank you Gary and all of the band for your dedication to our military. It was my pleasure to meet Gary in Nashville a few years ago, and exchange stories about his uncle and my dad's WWII experiences in B-17s. What a wonderful thing that you do for the ones who keep us free. God Bless!
Proud Army Mom here, would love to see you, please add me to your mailing list....
Wanna see you live!!!!
I appreciate everything y'all do for the men and women who have served our country. They do what others can't or won't. I thank God for all they have done. Y'all continue to show me that there is hope for the future 🙏 Thank Y'all Jan Riley
Wonderful concert at the air show at Pt. mugu Thank you 💙
As the daughter of a veteran I so appreciate all you do for our troops both active and retired. Y’all are awesome! I would sure love to see the band in person! My husband wants to know more about Gary’s bass. 😁
I had the pleasure of hearing The band a few years back when you performed at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. I enjoyed every minute of it even though I was working and wasn’t supposed to be in the Room😂. I perform with a veteran music group here in Atlanta and would love to be on stage with you guys but that is just a fantasy. Can’t wait to see you perform again this month. Oh yeah I was in the Marine Corps.
Thank you and God bless you all
Thank you ALL for your service to this Country! I grew up Military! I work for John Wayne’s Family! Mr. Wayne was an amazing Patriot! Mr. Sinise is right up there with Mr. John Wayne! God Bless ya’ll!
Would you be interested in performing in Delaware for a COTA (Childrens Organ Transplant Association) fundraiser. Maybe sometime in November 2022. I belong to American Legion Auxiliary Unit 28 - Millsboro, Delaware. God bless you and yours. Carole Baldwin.
Loved seeing the band and hearing them play at the Tryon Equestrian Center in NC. You guys worked hard and put on a great show. I am an Air Force Veteran and retired VA Nurse, and am hoping to see a concert again soon. If you need any help anywhere in the South, I am looking for something to do! I volunteered for the Snowball Express. Thank you!
Love what you do and stand for! If you need a B3 player let me knoe!
I follow you on Instagram- loved your book, Gary. I grew up in Urbana, IL in the 70s. My hope is to see you all perform one day. Lots of love and admiration from Sedro-Woolley, WA.
Thanks for supporting the troops. Caught a little bit of your band's performance on Facebook. Do you sell CDs of your songs? Would love to hear more. I really love the character you played as Lt. Dan. I think you gave Tom Hanks a run for his money on that movie. Thanks again for all you do. Keep up the great work.
Thank you so much for all your help with the veterans of our nation.
Come back to Arizona! Can’t wait to see your tour dates
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Thanks for coming to the Point Mugu Air Show! The music was amazing and uplifting for all.
As a USN veteran, 71-75, I just want to say thank for all you do for our Veterans and First Responders. Praying for God’s richest blessings to you and. Chris
I like the work of Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band - I would like to see more of the public showing support for our Armed Forces in ways more meaningful than just waving a flag. I have never seen the band perform so I am hoping for a public performance near central Maryland sometime in the next few years. Marine since 1967; Vietnam 1969-1970; Agent Orange complications, PTSD & more. Also served in the USAF Reserve for 6 yrs, and worked for the Dept. of the Navy for 10+ years. Forward, from the Sea - MARINES!
Hello and thank you for supporting our troops! Do you ever go overseas? My daughter, a combat medic, recently got deployed (mid-eastern Europe) and she said they sure could use a pick me up and the first thing I thought of was your band!
Hope to see you in the Midwest. I live in Illinois.
Mr Sinise is awesome. Meeting him in Iraq is one of my all time favorite memories! Pikes Peak Chapter 3-2 Combat Vets Motorcycle Association is hosting a few events over the next year and would love to have the Lt Dan band at one of our events.
Iraq and Afgan veteran, LTC Lisette Bonano, USA (ret), will be at your 8 July 22, Mac Dill AFB show. She is the Republican Candidate for Florida House District 67 Seat. If you would, we request that you would recognize her during the show. Thank You
Just saw you at Ft Eustis, VA tonight. You rocked the house (or should we say the hangar)! You’re all wonderful musicians, singers, and fantastic performers. Thank you for a great time, and deepest appreciation for all you do for active duty members, veterans (like us), and their family members. Keep rocking!
So glad to read about all you do for veterans. My husband is a VietNam veteran - 101st airborne - screaming Eagle.
We were in San Diego for our kids NJROTC High school brain brawl and you were playing across from our hotel. High school kids loved it. Thank you. !
I would love to book your band here in Templeton, IA. With all proceeds to go to our wounded vets.
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To The LT DAN BAND and Gary, I grew up in a Navy Family with Lots of significant Male Military Officers on Both Sides, from my Grandfather, The First Vice Chief of the Navy during WWII, to my Grandfather, The Captain of the Battleship Arizona when she was BOMBED at Peral Harbor, 7 Dec 1941, and was Awarded the Medal of Honor, my maternal Grandfather, a LtCmdr, was a POW at Corrigdor, Batan Death March, survived two (2) years after his Release. I Enlisted in The ARMY in Military Intelligence, made SGT (E-5), Then was Commissioned a 2LT after graduating from INFANTRY Officer School (OCS) at Ft. BENNING, dual Branch gratified INFANTRY and Military Intelligence, served with 82nd Airborne during "Pueblo Incident" then deployed to VIET NAM for Thirteen 13 months of jungle Hell. Returned to Ft. HUACHUCA, AZ and taught Special Electronic Warfare Officer classes, left active duty to return to college and Earned my Degree in Criminal Justice Administration. Then began my Thirty-eight (38 yr) Career in LAW ENFORCEMENT. During my college and first Five years I served with the 19th Special Forces Group as a Derachment Commander, best adventure ever, collected over 100 parachute jumps from a Wide variety of various flying Machines, but Not without a few bumps and Hard Landings, Great Experience for Young Troopers. Most of my LEO time was in Los Angeles, working for a Small, but dedicated Group of LEOs who provided Law Enforcement and Mentoring foe the One Million (1 Million) Staff and Students who attend school or work for the Los Angeles School District, which encompasses over Seven Hundred Fifty Square (750 mi) of greater Los Angeles. A Great Group of Hard Working Officers and Support Staff who are usually very under appreciated and misunderstood as they are frequent tarred with the same brush as other Officer when an Officer negatively makes the National News. This Department really suffered a very demoralizing situation when their manning level was Cut from Four Hundred (400) to less than Two Hundred (200),to satisfy misguided politicians. These Officers, both men and women, work Hard to Protect the Staff and Students at LAUSD and could appreciate a Little Love and Recognition for All their Efforts. I retired after serving over 32 yrs, from Plain Clothes Campus Officer, to Area SGT, to Detective. I've enjoyed several of your LT DAN CONCERTS at the Hotel Del Coronado, and several times have had the Pleasure of shaking your hand and saying a few words of THANKS, Both as a VIET NAM VET and a First Responder. Hoping to see ALL of You at the Hotel Del This FATHER'S DAY, as has been Your Tradition for several years before Covid, May God Bless You and All of Your Band as Well as All your Families. Go, ARMY AIRBORNE, GREEN BERETS ,Pentwater Deeper, Stay Longer, and Carry a Bigger LOAD !!!! LYNNE