The soul of America is found in the stories of its heroes.
McLean, VA (PRWEB) December 29, 2011
David C. Jamison, executive director of The Foundation To Illuminate America's Heroes announced today: "The Foundation To Illuminate America's Heroes is proud to announce that we have launched our website, started of our social media campaign to find and illuminate America's heroes and named our first featured American hero, Merian C. Cooper." The website can be found at: http://www.illuminateamericasheroes.com
"The mission of the Foundation To Illuminate America's Heroes is to find and illuminate the stories of true American heroes, both past and present, in every field of endeavor. Our first featured story, with the launch of the website, is the story of Merian C. Cooper and his fellow Americans of The Kosciuszko Squadron who risked their lives during the Polish-Russian War of 1919-21 so that others could live free. This story is so unique that the Foundation is committed to turning this compelling story into a major feature film through the first ever use of a social media campaign to finance a major motion picture through grassroots donations to a charitable foundation.”
Mr.Jamison was a key deputy to Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter Jack Anderson for many years in Washington, DC. It was Jack Anderson's dream to form a foundation to illuminate America's heroes through motion pictures, television shows, books, and educational programs. It was also Jack Anderson's specific dream to develop the inspirational true story of Merian Cooper and his fellow American fighter pilots of The Kosciuszko Squadron into a major motion picture for the whole world to see. Jack Anderson's son, Randy, is a founding director of the foundation as is their mutual lifetime friend, William Ciosek. Mr. Ciosek has spent many years researching the story of Merian C. Cooper and The Kosciuszko Squadron and has written the film treatment that the Foundation will develop into a major motion picture for the whole world to see.
The Foundation seeks donations from the grassroots public to illuminate America's heroes and to help develop the Merian Cooper - Kosciuszko Squadron story into a major motion picture for the whole world to see. Please visit the foundation's website at http://www.illuminateamericasheroes.com as soon as possible, email a link of the foundation's website to all of your friends and contacts and ask them to do the same. The foundation seeks a massive viral social media campaign to grow awareness of our great mission to illuminate America's heroes as well as to tell the Cooper-Kosciuszko Squadron story through a major feature film.
Contact information: David C. Jamison 334-718-9501