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The Remington Podcast: Live at NRA Annual Meetings

Thursday, May 16th, 2024

LONOKE, Ark. – May 15, 2024 – Remington Ammunition will be recording live episodes of The Remington Podcast at the 2024 NRA Annual Meetings in Dallas, on Saturday, May 18, in Booth #8644.

The Remington Podcast takes a deep dive into all things ammunition, covering ballistics and product info, shooting sports tips, hunting stories and much more with special guests from across the industry.

At this year’s NRAAM, podcast guests include Scot Storm, prolific wildlife artist, Danyela D’Angelo, Team Remington ambassador and 3-Gun competitor, Scott Olmsted, American Hunter’s Editor-in-Chief, Dustin Sanchez, Team Remington pro-shooter, and Jim Curcuruto, Executive Director of Outdoor Stewards of Conservation.

“Big Green’s booth at this year’s NRA show is more action-packed than ever,” said Remington’s Director of Marketing Joel Hodgdon. “With one of the best outdoor artists Scot Storm signing Remington Bullet Knife posters and a host of other guest appearances, events and giveaways, everyone who stops by the booth in Dallas is sure to have a good time.”

Remington will offer show-goers exclusive swag, a first-hand look at new products, and a chance to win a Remington safe.

Subscribe to The Remington Podcast wherever you get your podcasts including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Remington’s website, or watch full episodes on YouTube.

Ghosts In The Machine 2

Friday, May 3rd, 2024

“Triple 7” Record Setting Skydiving Expedition Documentary Drops into Five Cities for Red Carpet Premieres

Saturday, April 20th, 2024

Legacy Expeditions, Folds of Honor announce documentary film premiere dates

AUSTIN—April 17, 2024— The much-anticipated documentary “Triple 7: They Said It Couldn’t Be Done,” directed and produced by Dan Myrick (“The Blair Witch Project”) and produced by Kristian Krempel, is set to premiere in five cities in May. The film follows a team of nine former U.S. and Canadian special operations service members as they attempt to achieve skydiving’s most elusive feat, the Triple 7— seven skydives on seven continents in seven days. Spearheaded by retired Navy SEAL Mike Sarraille, the film aims to raise $7 million for Folds of Honor.

“Triple 7” will roll out the red carpet between May 11-16 in New York, Tampa, Austin, Dallas, and Los Angeles, respectively. Expedition members and filmmakers will be available to the media in the days leading up to the New York premiere and at each city’s red-carpet event.

“The road to this theatrical release for ‘Triple 7’ has been a deeply personal and collective commitment at Legacy Expeditions. Spanning three years, the endeavor of the expedition and creating the documentary was significant, but the cause—to etch the legacy of our fallen into the annals of history—made every challenge worth facing,” said Sarraille. “The excitement of the adventure and the emotional depth of our shared stories will, I hope, touch the hearts of viewers, both through laughter and tears, reminding us all to never forget and to forever honor those who gave everything.”

Premiere Dates and Cities: Tickets may be purchased at legacyexpeditions.com.

• New York City: May 11 at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. EDT
LOOK Dine-In Cinemas W57- 657 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019

• Tampa: May 13 at 7:30 p.m. EDT
The Tampa Theatre- 711 N. Franklin St., Tampa, FL 33602

• Austin: May 14 at 7:30 p.m. CDT
Alamo Drafthouse, South Lamar- 1120 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78704

• Dallas: May 15 at 7:30 p.m. CDT
The Texas Theatre- 231 Jefferson Blvd., Dallas, TX 75208

• Los Angeles: May 16 at 7:30 p.m. PDT
Landmark Theaters Sunset- 8000 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046 

“When approached by Mike to document their world record attempt with the aim of raising $7 million for Folds of Honor, I saw an opportunity beyond mere spectacle,” said Myrick. “It became a personal mission to delve into the motivations and profound purpose driving this group of individuals often misunderstood in contemporary society. What unfolded was a profound exploration of a multi-faceted collective: highly skilled and committed soldiers intertwined with heartfelt, humorous, and contemplative human beings.”

“Filming Under Fire: John Ford’s OSS Field Photo Branch” from the OSS Society

Wednesday, March 13th, 2024

Hollywood director John Ford, who commanded the Off ice of Strategic Services Field Photographic Branch, received six Academy Awards, including four for Best Director.

His WWII service is the subject of the OSS Society’s new short documentary, “Filming Under Fire: John Ford’s OSS Field Photo Branch”


C&H Precision Launches Podcast

Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

RICHMOND HILL, Ga. – February 26, 2024 – C&H Precision, a leading provider of pistol-mounted red dots, precision-made red dot pistol adapters and slide milling,  announces the release of the inaugural episode of the C&H Podcast hosted by owner and founder Buck Holly. 

The first episode debuted on February 12 and covers topics such as how C&H Precision got started, the future of C&H Precision and hints at other topics to be present in the series which include business, life and personal reflections, advice and stories. Episode 1 is available for streaming on YouTube and Spotify.

“This podcast has been a long time coming and we are happy to have the first episode live,” said Holly. “We don’t want to be just another podcast, though. The goal of the C&H Podcast is to of course talk firearms, shooting, optics, mounting solutions and plenty of product-focused topics. But we’re also going to have amazing, unique and accomplished guests from all walks of life. As this takes on a life and voice of it’s own, I’m excited to see where it goes and how it evolves.”

The C&H Podcast will drop two new episodes per month and will be shot at the C&H HQ in Richmond Hills, Georgia with Holly and guests. The show will also hit the road to bring listeners/viewers a variety of interesting and impactful guests. No matter where it’s captured, the C&H Podcast will feature great video and audio so it can be listened to/watched with the best experience possible.  

To stay updated on new episodes of the C&H Podcast, subscribe to C&H Precision on YouTube or Spotify and stay tuned to C&H on Facebook and Instagram. For more information on C&H Precision visit www.chpws.com.

US Air Force Honors 100th Bomb Group’s Legacy with ‘Masters of the Air’ special Screening

Wednesday, February 7th, 2024


Joint Base Andrews hosted the cast and creative team of AppleTV+’s “Masters of the Air,” along with World War II veterans, Department of the Air Force senior leaders, and service members for a reception and special screening of the series’ first episode, Jan. 27.

Based on Donald Miller’s 2007 book of the same title, “Masters of the Air” follows Airmen of the Eighth Air Force’s 100th Bomb Group, commonly referred to as the “Bloody Hundredth,” as they conduct bombing raids over Nazi-occupied Germany and grapple with the frigid conditions and lack of oxygen during combat conducted at 25,000 feet in the air.

Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall expressed his gratitude to everyone for taking part in this historic event at Joint Base Andrews, especially noting the three senior living B-17 Eighth Air Force officers in the room, as well as Tuskegee Airmen and other WWII veterans and family members.

“We got a lot of great participation today,” Kendall said. “We’re extremely grateful to have our veterans here today. These men fought in the most difficult air environment in history. They built a legacy that our current Airmen and Guardians hope to live up to every single day.”

Retired Air Force Maj. John “Lucky” Luckadoo shared his own moment of recollection. After serving in WWII as a B-17 pilot in the 100th BG, he flew a total of 25 combat missions earning multiple honors, including the Distinguished Flying Cross presented to recipients for acts of heroism while in aerial flight.

“I cannot tell you what a privilege it is to be in the august (dignified) company of brass,” said Luckadoo, the 101-year-old who remains active in WWII remembrance events today. “I was extremely fortunate to have been a member that is being memorialized in the film that you’ll be seeing, “The Masters of the Air.” It’s indeed an honor and a privilege, to be here – actually, it’s an honor to be anywhere!”

The Air Force’s top leaders attended the reception and screening, such as Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David W. Allvin, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass and commanders of Air Force major commands around the globe. Airmen of all ranks were also afforded the opportunity to experience the special screening.

“I thought the ‘Masters of the Air’ show was outstanding,” said Senior Airman Ernst Motte, audience member of the special screening with the 1st Helicopter Squadron Aviation Resource Management office at JB Andrews. “It was really great to meet all the cast members and a couple of the retired WWII pilots. The film really spoke to the severity of the war and made me really proud of our history.”

Kirk Saduski, Playtone producer and executive, closed the evening by addressing WWII veterans and active service members in the crowd.

“It is too awful to contemplate a world in which the Allies didn’t win WWII,” said Saduski, who previously worked as executive-in-charge of the HBO series of “Band of Brothers” and co-producer of “The Pacific.”

“It is impossible to conceive of an Allied victory without the United States Air Force in Europe, and the Pacific, and the CBI (China-Burma-India) Theater,” Saduski said. “We draw the applause of the crowd. You earn the affection and admiration of our country. In the name of Playtone, Apple, and, if I may, our country – thank you.”

Story by Senior Airman Bridgitte Taylor, 316th Wing Public Affairs

Photos by Senior Airman Austin Pate

*The appearance of Department of Defense personnel does not imply endorsement by the DoD, nor the Department of the Air Force.

Offensive Marketing Group (OMG) Celebrates the launch of the “M400 TREAD Rifle: The New Face of Freedom” Cinematic for SIG SAUER, Inc.

Wednesday, January 31st, 2024

[Phoenix, AZ 01/30/2024] – Offensive Marketing Group (OMG) is proud to celebrate the recent release of a groundbreaking video project for esteemed client Sig Sauer. Titled “M400 TREAD Rifle: The New Face of Freedom,” the masterfully shot segment artfully blends a powerful historical narrative with cutting-edge visuals to showcase the iconic M400 Tread rifle.

OMG collaborated with a team of specialists, including wardrobe experts, set designers, and armorers, to ensure that every aspect of the production adhered to the highest standards of authenticity. The result is a video that not only showcases the modern M400 Tread rifle but also pays homage to the spirit of American independence and freedom from tyranny.

One of the standout features of the production is the meticulous attention to detail exhibited by OMG’s in-house CGI Team. Tasked with recreating historically significant environments from the American Revolution, the team delved into extensive research, referencing authentic documents and period-specific material to ensure a truly immersive experience for the viewer.

“We were honored to help craft this important piece for Sig Sauer. It was no small task to portray the rich history of the American Patriot and the iconic flags associated with each revolutionary time period,” said Scott Conditt, Co-Founder & Creative Director at OMG.

“We really focused on story, character, and uniquely portraying each scene. The combination of high-end practical filming techniques combined with advanced CGI is something we do expertly at OMG and we feel that gave this segment a special level of surrealism,” added Jeremy Tremp, Co-Founder & Creative Director at OMG.

“M400 TREAD Rifle: The New Face of Freedom” stands as a testament to OMG’s commitment to producing world-class storytelling and unparalleled cinematic content for the industry they serve.

Latest Gear-Setup Advancements for Sniper and Long-Range Reconnaissance Missions Spotlighted in New Video from Lindnerhof

Saturday, December 23rd, 2023

LENGGRIES, GERMANY (21 December 2023)—Lindnerhof-Taktik today released a video that offers an in-depth look at the ways sniper and reconnaissance gear setups have evolved over the past two decades.

Hosted by former special-operations professionals Jakob Kolbeck (now the CEO of Lindnerhof) and Björn Herbert (the brand’s international technical products sales manager), the video traces the transformation of these types of gear setups from traditional smock-style outfits to cutting-edge configurations for modern operational needs.

Throughout the video, Kolbeck and Herbert draw from their own real-life experiences to underscore the importance of professionals opting for dynamic gear setups that align with mission requirements and the threat levels likely to be encountered during the course of those operations.

“There has been a shift in perceptions as to not only what to carry but also how to carry,”

Kolbeck indicated. “No longer is it seen as viable for snipers to stuff everything they need into their jackets. Now the accepted practice is to take a fully modular approach to carrying.” Modularity facilitates streamlining, and this, according to Herbert, affords operators greater versatility as well as mobility.

Presented in the video are gear configurations employing micro-rig and chest-rig systems chosen for their ability to optimise the balance between protection and agility for heavy and streamlined loadouts alike. “Both of the showcased chest-rig setups support increased firepower and adaptability by allowing operators to, for example, add various pouches,” said Herbert. “Their real-world effectiveness is captured in the video when we put them to the test with live-fire drills conducted on a shooting range.”

Brimming with lighthearted moments, this informative video delivers “a unique glimpse into the thought-process behind the creation of gear engineered to meet the demands of modern snipers and reconnaissance operators,” Kolbeck promised.

Watch the full episode HERE.