Award for Heroism
Fox Nation Patriot Awards Episodes (21)
For its commitment to hiring veterans and their families, daily remembrance of our nation with the playing of the star spangled banner, and millions of dollars donated to charities serving veterans and first responders, Fox Nation is honoring Mission BBQ with the patriot award for veterans service.
Sgt. Rob Jones
While serving overseas, Marine Sgt. Rob Jones was struck by an IED, resulting in double leg amputations. Despite the trauma, Rob made it his mission to show that wounded vets can stay in the fight. He completed 31 marathons in 31 days to raise awareness and funds for wounded veteran charities.
Travis Maus is a police lieutenant in Tampa, Florida who puts his whole heart and soul into protecting his nation. Maus doesn’t just serve the state of Florida, he also serves us abroad where he is a w4 Blackhawk pilot in the U.S. Army. He is currently serving his second tour of duty in Iraq.
14-year-old Charlie Hecht noticed a lack of American flags flying in his community, so he decided to take action. Charlie made it his mission to spread patriotism by handing out fliers encouraging neighbors to buy flags at a discount. There’s now a flag on nearly every home in his neighborhood.
Coach John Krupinsky
Coach John Krupinsky's preseason speech went viral after demanding his hockey team to stand for the anthem or quit. Krupinsky takes pride in his country and urges his players to do the same. Let’s take a timeout to pay respect to our nation’s first responders and to our most patriotic sportsman.