" ABOUT OUR PUBLIC RELATIONS TEAM"
Amerian300 Warrior Tours, working in concert with the Department of Defense agency.
Armed Forces Entertainment has assembled an outstanding group of Americans to help showcase this years Wrangler National Patriot Tour.
Heading up the Public Relations Team for American300 is Laura Lynn, a radio and television host, and journalsit with a background in television and film production. Laura is in charge of updating information daily on the states side.
American300 Warrior Tours founder Robi Powers and Pennsylvania Air National Guard award winning Public Affairs Sr NCO, MSGT George Rouch will send photos, videos and daily story lines from the Middle East.
While the days are long for all they are especially long for MSGT Roach and Robi Powers as the two will be responsible for staying up nearly all night to upload the days multi-media, conduct Operational Security screening of each image etc...
American300 Warrior Tours will do everything it can to ensure that our Troops Family Members and the Communities that support our Troops have access to this tour in a way that is near 'Real Time'. We hope you enjoy their efforts on behalf of Armed Forces Entertainment and its Public Affairs Office.
Any comments along the way should be directed to American300 Warrior Tours Public Relations Manager Laura Lynn (818) 429-3655 or you can email her at:
More about American300 and founder Robi Powers
Robi Powers has worn a lot of ‘hats’ during his career. From the USA of our National and Olympic Teams... to the OD Green of our Army and Air Force. After an athletic career with the US Biathlon Team and Armed Forces Sports Program, Rob turned to coaching.
In 2004, Rob retired from coaching and turned his attention to sports announcing and emcee work ... everything was going great until the eve of Memorial Day in 2006 when Rob got a call from a friend serving in Afghanistan a ... mentor of Rob’s had been killed in a night time firefight ... it was the second military mentor in Rob’s life to die in the line of duty.
Like so many veterans, Rob turned the lose into something positive by creating the nonprofit organization ‘American300 Warrior Tours’ with a goal of helping connect great American’s with our Troops serving in harms-way, at remote and isolated areas of operation around the World. He chose the DoD’s Armed Forces Entertainment Department as the focused recipient of his non profits efforts in large part because of the offices Joint Service Military Directorate and DoD Military Staff.
Today, his nonprofit has taken on an even larger responsibility by creating a fund to support families of 22 Fallen Hero Warriors from the 2007 Task Force 300 (Iraq). Rob and co-founder Major Jesse Stewart - (US Army), along with an all volunteer group of veterans, citizens and family members are focused on raising funds for our fallen while raising the bar on resiliency through unique Armed Forces Entertainment Tours.
Rob Powers - Veteran - Board Member - Volunteer
" American300 Foundation is not part of the U.S. government, but is recognized by the Department of Defense Office of Armed Forces Entertainment as a supporting organization. American300 Warrior Tours is the foundations U.S. Armed Forces interactive: morale, welfare and entertainment department, focused on showcasing new forms of resiliency oriented touring programs for service members stationed in: Combat, Hardship and Remote Locations, as well as the communities that they and their families live and operate in."