Los Angeles, CA — January 8, 2019 — Valorous TV, the all new digital streaming subscription service from Valorous Media, is excited to announce the newest edition to the Advisory Board, Brigadier General William C. “Bill” David.
Brigadier General David, U.S. Army (Retired), served 28 distinguished years on active duty as an infantryman, followed by 15 years in a variety of private sector executive management positions in the Aerospace and Defense industry. As an infantry battalion commander in 1993, he led the historic “Blackhawk Down” rescue of Task Force Ranger in Mogadishu, Somalia, and is featured in the Valorous TV Original documentary, Blackhawk Down: The Untold Story, for his valiant service during the rescue mission. He also served as an infantry battalion executive officer in 1991, where he was the primary planner and commander of 101st Airborne Division’s lead ground assault into Iraq during Operation Desert Storm.
Brigadier General David’s military awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit (2), Bronze Star Medal with “V” device, Bronze Star Medal (2), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (4), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Combat Infantryman’s Badge (2), Ranger Tab, Master Parachutist Badge, and Air Assault Badge. As a battalion commander his unit was awarded the Army Valorous Unit Award for combat actions in Somalia.
“I am delighted to be joining the Valorous TV team,” said David. “I look forward to doing what I can to help this platform showcase the courage, character, commitment and sacrifice of our servicemen and women of all ages.”
David has officially assumed his position on the Advisory board, serving alongside seven other distinguished board members, including Air Force Veteran and filmmaker Jim Huggins, U.S. Army Veteran of World War II George Ciampa, and Lt Col Jerry D. (Jive) Kerby, USAF (Ret). Learn more about Brigadier General David and our other Advisory board members by visiting our website.
“We are thrilled to have Brigadier General Bill David join the Valorous TV Advisory Board,” said Earl Benjamin, President and CEO of Valorous Media, Inc. “He is a genuine hero and a wonderful edition to the board. We look forward to his help and valuable input regarding the future of Valorous TV.”
About Valorous TV:
Valorous TV is an exciting, all-new Digital TV Subscription Service from Valorous Media, majority owned by C3 Entertainment, which traces its linage back 60 years the famous comedy group, The Three Stooges. Valorous TV focuses on bold and brave films, stories and reports of courage and uncommon valor. Valorous TV digital streaming service features over 1500 programs, including the very best in movies, documentaries, series, and news devoted to heroes of today and throughout history, in wars and conflicts, police, first responders, firefighters and citizens with stories of sacrifice and bravery, including new original content exclusive to Valorous TV. Featuring great adventures and conflicts from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War, the great World Wars, and more recent wars and conflicts, as well as foreign wars, and countless tales of individual sacrifice and bravery. Not only during times of war, but all real acts of bravery, struggle, and courage under hardship, including law enforcement, emergency responders, medical personnel, firemen, and just plain ordinary citizens. We might also surprise you with things you never knew, and make you laugh at great comedy classics and stories (yes, heroes can laugh too). So many heroes and so many great stories that will entertain you, educate you, and thrill you. It’s about time we have a real TV subscription service that honors and celebrates the good in people with acts of uncommon valor – Valorous TV – join the service today!
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Now on the web (ValorousTV.com), Amazon Fire and Roku, Valorous TV enables viewers to stream the best programming anytime, anywhere and provide viewers with high-quality content that entertains, thrills, and inspires. Television where people can enjoy good programming that matters to them; specially curated movies and news, that at the same time honors America’s great military and civic service.