Henry Hughes’ family tradition of military service dates all the way back to the American Revolution. For him, he chose the Army and the 173rd Airborne Brigade. He served multiple combat tours with the 173rd, including one at COP Keating – the infamous outpost we’ve covered in several previous episodes – in 2008. When Hughes left the Army, it was to pursue a new passion – filmmaking. He has since been mentored by George Lucas, nominated for an Academy Award, and co-produced and acted in “The Outpost” – the 2020 film about COP Keating and the Battle of Kamdesh – as he continues down the path of a working filmmaker. Hear his powerful and inspirational story on our latest episode of HAZARD GROUND!
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