Blue Star Mom Ops Out of Watching “Act of Valor”

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 09: (L-R) Active Navy Seals Sonny, Dave, Mikey, Duncan, Vano, Ray, Ajay and Rourke attend the New York premiere of Relativity Media's "Act Of Valor" at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum on February 9, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Relativity Media) 2012 Getty Images

“I can not watch modern warfare movies as a Blue Star parent. It’s too hard,” wrote Claire, a Blue Star Mom, about the new movie “Act of Valor.” Claire contributes to the You Served Spouse &  Family blog.

Claire shared her personal fear that she might fall apart in the movie theater, but she set up a “guys night out” for others in her family to see the film that features active duty U.S. Navy SEALS portraying characters. A portion of Claire’s blog entry:

One part of me really wants to watch it out of sheer love and respect for the Heroes in it and for the story they are sharing. I think listening to the stories of our Veterans is one of way of showing them love and respect.

So, for the time being I wish all Act of Valor movie goers on Friday and beyond a thought provoking, respect gaining, and altogether wonderful time watching the story of real Heroes! I can’t wait to hear all about it. In the meantime this Blue Star mom will return to her position as prayer and morale support!

You can read Claire’s entry and other spouse blog entries HERE.


One Response

  1. I’m a veteran of the US Navy. This movie was the best Navy Seals movie I have ever seen. Kicked ass! Great Job Fellas!! Much respect to my fellow Navy Soldiers. God Bless The Seals! Americas Finest!!!!

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